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First off, I only have to wait a minute or two for the 409 to do its thing.
After the 20 minutes, there were no bubbles or sections of loose wallpaper, and I had used up nearly half the bottle of gel - on a 7x4' section of wallpaper.
Get spackle knife or wall paper blade and 80% of paper will come off easily..scrape as you peel 8.
It didn't work at all. Just left blue marks on the wall that I have to scrub off in addition to the wall paper.Published 19 days ago by Heidi Wisbey
I used this to remove wallpaper in our Kitchen and it's amazing. We had old Vinyl type wallpaper in our new house and I decided to get this stuff from a local store to see if it... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Coolaid
We've owned our house for almost 3 years and finally decided to tackle the wallpapered third floor room, not knowing how long that terrible paper had been up there. Read morePublished 7 months ago by clusterflies
This product is great and have used for many rooms. Hint - fight the urge to remove quickly...spray on and walk away for 20 minutes.Published 8 months ago by John
HAD 3 ROOMS TO STRIP WALLPAPER FROM .THIS STUFF REALLY WORKS. SCORED THE PAPER AS DIRECTED AND THEN SPRAYED ON AND LET SET FOR ABOUT 15 MIN; THE PAPER CAME RIGHT OFF. Read morePublished 10 months ago by KATHY
So our new house had a wallpaper border in the middle of one of the rooms (like a chair rail or something that was once a wall paper border). Read morePublished 14 months ago by John A Lillard
The reason I liked the DIF product was the gel consistency -it doesn't run down the wall and require a moisture barrier to protect the hardwood floors and trim. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Used Sticker
I followed the directions to the letter, used the little perforator thing to help Diff soak in and the net result was that the wallpaper that received this treatment ended up... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Stephen M. Prescott
I can think of a lot of other things that this stuff might be useful for: hair gel, machine lubricant, mouth wash. Maybe even skin tan lotion. Read morePublished on March 13, 2012 by derek3056