The 715 Wallpaper Steamer produces enough heat for about 2100 Cu. Inches (Roughly 6' x 6" x 60") of space to get to 200F after about 20 minutes of warmup. It would not be very efficient or hot enough in a space big enough for a person. We don't suggest it.
Yes it would. You may need to skim over the areas once you remove it
It will remove the wallpaper off of walls. Can also remove latex paint.
Best to email them to see. They should have it
NOT a great job at it...you'd use so much steam you'd wet the drywall paper & end up ruining your walls. I tried this for removing 2 or 3 layers of wallpaper border...painted over between layers...I returned it to the store and just scored the wallpaper in 2 foot sections with a razor knife sprayed on soapy water at the top, let it soak in then started peeling it away with a putty knife.
I purchased online and ready curbside in a secure locker. Code to get into locker provided via email or text.
Very Hot!. If your fittings are not tight it will scald you.
I would not use cleaner, you don't need it.
It did on mine. I found that it was best to not get the glue "too hot" and it scraped right off.
Definitely makes it easier. It was my first time using it. My wall paper was very old.