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White Paper Pre-Pasted Strippable Wallpaper Roll (Covers 55 Sq. Ft.)

  • Works wonders on troubled walls
  • Hangs over paneling with ease.
  • Can be hung vertically or horizontally
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Product Details

This pre-pasted wall liner is ideal for covering troubled walls. It is used as a layer between the wall and the actual wallpaper. It can cover uneven plaster, brick, paneling and many other surfaces. (The surface MUST be prepared according to the directions.) In most cases this product is hung horizontally while the final product is hung vertically. This way the seams from the liner and the wallpaper are adjacent to each other and will not be in conflict with each other.
  • Pre-pasted Wall Liner
  • Perfect for troubled walls
  • Easy to install
  • 55 sq. ft. of wall coverage
  • NOT Peel & Stick
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Area Coverage Per Roll (sq. ft. for each roll)55Product Length (ft.)33
Product Thickness (in.).009 inProduct Width (in.)20.5


Application TypePre-pastedColorWhite
Color FamilyWhiteCommercial/ResidentialCommercial, Residential
LifestageAdultMatch TypeRandom
MaterialPaperNumber of Rolls Included1
Pattern namePrepasted Wall LinerPattern TypeSolid Color
Product Weight (lb.)3 lbRemoval TypePeelable
Returnable90-DayRoll LengthDouble Roll

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer WarrantyUncut rolls will be accepted as returns within 30 days of order.

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Worked surprisingly well
I used this pre-pasted paper to cover 1970's wood paneling in several locations. I have a 107 year old home where prior owners added closets and instead of using drywall, they used wood paneling which really cheapened the look. Rather than drywalling over the paneling I first tried to use spackle to fill in the grooves and although it did work, it took a lot of time filling the grooves so that it was level and then all of the sanding. I did not want to consider doing this to several other walls the same way, so we decided to give this product a try. I was very skeptical whether it would really work and when we first put it up, I was certain it was a failure. BUT, at the end it worked very well. The reason why I did not give it 5 stars is because it is tricky to work with and took a little longer than I was expecting and required finessing. But when you compare before and after and consider the cost of drywalling it was a perfect solution for us. I have hung traditional pre-pasted wallpaper so I was expecting it to be the same experience. Normally when you wet traditional pre-pasted wallpaper, you let it set for several minutes before handing and the paper is strong enough to be able slide it into place and butt up against the edges. But this paper is more like paper and as soon as it gets wet you have to immediately start to hang it because the glue drips off quickly and it begins to dry out very quickly. if you don't lay the paper correctly, you can't slide it, you have to pull it back and re-align it. You also have to lay it horizontally, rather than vertically (I guess so the edge won't fall in the middle of a groove in the paneling). It began to dry out very quickly and lift up and bubble in several locations. So I gently lifted the areas near the edges where it was not adhering and used an old credit card to apply a lightweight glue (Aleen's Tacky Glue) (I didn't have wallpaper adhesive) and then I smoothed it again. For areas where the bubbles were in the middle of the paper, I was able to make a very small cut in the paper and "inject" a small amount of glue and smoothed it again. It worked perfectly. None of the edges have lifted and it has been several weeks. Initially, I could also easily see the indentations thru the liner so I thought it was a bust.....BUT---you need to be patient and wait for it to dry to see its full effect. Once dry, the paper tightens up and becomes very smooth. I admit I did use a thin coat of spackle in the seams where it more visible than I liked. You must wait at last 72 hours or longer to fully dry before painting. With time, I expect to get better at this as I move to the other walls. I included before and after photos. So bottom line----if you are looking for a less expensive way of getting rid of old paneling without drywalling, this is a very good option. It is not a quick or perfect process, but considering the cost, the only expensive part was our time. It made a huge difference for us.
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1 found this review helpful
Did a decent job covering paneling but requires lots of...
Did a decent job covering paneling but requires lots of prep including filling in grooves
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7 found this review helpful
This product is just the best. Paintable easy to install. I have had great result. Wallpaper over...
This product is just the best. Paintable easy to install. I have had great result. Wallpaper over it or prime and paint.
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    7 found this review helpful
    Love this product.
    Instead of replacing the old sheetrock in my hallway, which was previously sand painted, I used this wall liner. I am a 60 yr old woman with no experience using this product. I watched a video showing how to hang it, I did the whole project by myself, and could not be happier. Check out the picture, now my hallway is beautiful, and ready for paint. It covered all of the gouges and imperfections from scraping off the sand paint. Highly recommend this product.
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      21 found this review helpful
      Definitely prep your walls as much as possible, sand high spots, sink nails, patch hole/dents. We...
      Definitely prep your walls as much as possible, sand high spots, sink nails, patch hole/dents. Went on super easy and looks great after painting. A section started to bubble a little after painting, but once paint dried, went back to flat. Would recommend!
        • Recommended
        10 found this review helpful
        It went on super quick and easy. I will say...
        It went on super quick and easy. I will say you need to definitely prep walls . I peeped all’s be filling in all the holes and cracks and it gets a little wavy around the parts I neglected. It’s not perfect but it’s better then what I had. I’m not sure how it would cover something like brick or paneling and look right with out prepping. Definitely take the extra few minutes and prep. This is before and after is with 2 coats of primer
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        9 found this review helpful
        I used this product to cover a brick wall. I was skeptical but after reading other reviews though...
        I used this product to cover a brick wall. I was skeptical but after reading other reviews thought I'd give it a try. It did not disappoint! It was very easy to use and sticks great on the brick! I was able to paint over the walls after using this wall liner.
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        • Recommended
        14 found this review helpful
        Worked well to cover up old plaster wall damaged by wallpaper removal. Seems to be very popular in the UK.
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        It wasn’t what I thought it was, it is a fair product, but probably wouldn’t purchase it again!
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        Followed instructions. Paper fell off after a few hours...
        Followed instructions. Paper fell off after a few hours
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