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John Lewis Wallpaper, Yellow Diagonal Stripe Wallpaper - £15 (+£3.50 Delivery) @ John Lewis & Partners
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Posted 1st MayPosted 1st May
John Lewis Reduced to clear wallpaper, half price.
SqueakyWalker

Doesn’t get the Carrie Symonds seal of approval. Cold.

royy

It's upside down 😁 you can't go wrong. Hands up who turned their phone upside down

MildmanneredCalvin

What's that, gold or Gucci mustard?

Time2go

Love it

TristanDeCoonha

If it is not good enough for the Chief Clown, then it's not good enough for us mere mortals

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Titan 2000W Electric Wallpaper Stripper with 2 Year Guarantee £22.99 (free click and collect / £5 delivery) @ Screwfix
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Posted 29th AprPosted 29th Apr
Titan TTB419STM 2000W Electric Wallpaper Stripper 230-240V reduced to £22.99. Gets good reviews and 2 year guarantee. May come in handy if planning to do some decorating over bank … Read more
wdh

When these things show up in Aldi or Lidl they are cheaper than this. But if you have a present need, then this isn't much more expensive!

turnma

Last time I had a wall with woodchip I just soaked it with a sponge and it came off fine. I did score it with the edge of a scraper in places where the water didn't want to penetrate as well. Like the above comment about the perforator, I think it's all about just getting the stuff soaked.

Delbert.Grady

Thanks for the tip, I have a whole house full of painted woodchip which I haven't tackled because I'd heard that sometimes a wallpaper steamer can lift the plaster off if its cracked or in poor condition, your method sounds like a safer bet. Also it means that the B&D wallpaper perforators I bought for 10p each in a clearance bin in a Texas DIY store (remember them?) 30 years ago might finally get used!

MilkTheFrog

This has its uses, but if anyone needs to strip some stubborn old woodchip wallpaper then the best strategy I've found is to use a wallpaper perforator to punch a tonne of tiny holes in it, then use a pressure sprayer (like for the garden) to soak the whole wall with wallpaper stripper and warm water (soap works too). Do that about three times, leave it overnight, then when you come back in the morning it should practically just fall off.

Bonedome123

These are great machines. Saves you loads of time when redecorating and much less likely to do damage to thewalls when using this instead of a scraper too - take it from my hard wonexperience!

Solvite All-Purpose Wallpaper Adhesive 185g(Hangs up to 10 rolls) £2 @ Amazon (£4.49 p&p non prime)
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Posted 18th AprPosted 18th Apr
Solvite All-Purpose Wallpaper Adhesive 185g(Hangs up to 10 rolls) £2 @ Amazon (£4.49 p&p non prime)£2Amazon Deals
All-purpose – The strong wallpaper adhesive is ideal for a range of wallpaper hanging projects and ensures reliable and long-lasting results for up to 10 rolls of wallpaper. Easy t… Read more
Grumpyoldhector

I used to use Solvite as it’s always at a good price, but after 2 very frustrating projects, I’ve since moved over to using Polycell and this for me is a far better product to use and I’ve had no issues at all and for another £3 the performance far outweighs the additional cost.

solid

Oh, sorry, that's very badly written, in that case! https://www.bmstores.co.uk/products/solvite-all-purpose-extra-strong-wallpaper-paste-10pk-308574 In that case, this deal better, it sells for £3 at b&m!

Sashecuador

That's one pack for 5 rolls. They've written it wrong :)

solid

B&M has 5 packs, which do 5 rolls per pack, for £2 https://www.bmstores.co.uk/products/solvite-all-purpose-wallpaper-adhesive-5pk-308575

Azwipe

Regular price at Home Bargains is £4.99 for a box of 3 (30 Rolls).