Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 4
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by ElVee Worked great
I only bought the concentrate and the scraper. I applied it with a sponge and let it sit for 15 minutes and the wallpaper peeled off very easily. Took me about an hour to do half of a 12 by 15 foot room. A razor blade works much better than the scraper does. Just lift the edge with the razor and you can peel it right off. I only had one layer of wallpaper to remove and the wall had been properly sized back when the wallpaper was put up. There was a couple of small spots along the seams where I had to do a second application. If it doesn't come off easily with the first application, do a second one and it should come off easily.
March 18, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by PregoDIY Super easy wallpaper removal !
We are not DIY'ers but needed to save money so we attempted the removal ourselves. We used a Zep spray bottle and made the concentrate stronger than directed 25 oz of hot water to 1 capful of DIF. We scored it with the Tiger be sure not to press too hard of you will damage your walls beneath the paper. Be sure to saturate the wallpaper with the solution before you start scraping . It took us 2 hrs and im 5mos prego so you can do it
February 5, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by HandymanMike Waste of Money
Don't bother with the concentrate or the scraper. They don't work any better than a straight razor blade (which works better) or hot water (instead of the concentrate). Using hot water alone or a mixture of 3 to 1 hot water and fabric softener in a garden sprayer works much, much better. The tiger works good for scoring the wallpaper, so just buy that separately in the store.
September 30, 2011
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Hjk78 Makes job TWICE as hard !
This product is a complete waste of money. Removing wallpaper can be a difficult job , no matter what you use, but this was ridiculous. It didn't help soften or remove - it dried it on more if you can believe it. We followed instructions, and it just dripped and made a mess and didn't make the paper come off any easier. It also stains your walls with blue blotches and streaks. We had much better luck with vinegar and warm water. But now we have to repaint the entire room because of the blue drip marks that won't come off. .
February 3, 2013