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      08-23-2010, 02:54 AM   #5
davyk31
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You don't need any special tools or strippers and certainly not a plasterer. I have done this twice and it came off really easily using a wallpaper stripper liquid product, need to check its name at home but got it in B&Q, simply mix it with water and rub over the border, leave a few minutes and it peels off brilliantly. I couldn't believe how well the border came off as I was really worried I would need to replaster etc. Simply rubbed this stuff on and then with a flat blade it came off a treat. Did my daughter;s room last year, also to paint it pink and son's room a few weeks ago.
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