In the meantime, I thought I'd share my
Your reminder of what the room looked like before:
I discovered that if I grasped the edge of the paper where it was most likely always loose, I could just peel back the vinyl top coat of wallpaper.
Then I start to pull away the wet paper.
*Who's creepy old hand is that? Maybe a manicure wouldn't be such a bad idea afterall!
I'll blame bad hand photos on the lighting and working single-handedly to take the photos. Yeah, that's why they look so bad!
Ok, where were we before I got sidetracked?
Oh, pulling off the paper. Again, I might get lucky and have it come off in one piece or I might have a lot of pieces. Having a lot of pieces is where the scraper comes in handy.
With that work and patience, you eventually get a paper free wall.
I didn't say clean wall because your wall is going to have glue on it from the paper. I usually just take a warm washcloth and go over it again and again wiping until the wall doesn't feel slick anymore. (Tearing down the paper is more fun than this part!)
Finally, your patience and time working pays off. Your end result is a clean wall ready for the next step!
To be continued.... (though I didn't take any more photos of the process. You'll just get to see finished photos in the continued post. ;) )