Previously named Wallwik Wallpaper Removal System.
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Written on: 15/10/2013 by dbourge (1 review written)
Sometimes things are not too good to be true. Now I feel strange getting excited over removing wallpaper, but using this system makes a very tough task that much easier. Different papers and glues require different soaking times so if your paper does not come off in sheets, let it marinate a tad longer and keep the sheets wet. Only 4 more rooms to go!… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/02/2011
Used this on 30+ year old woodchip, which had been painted maybe 6 or 7 times. Having heard all the horror stories about stripping W/C bought this from the internet. My dad slated me for it "gimmicky s*ite". To be honest as I cursed using the sheets and watched the sheen of the 6 or 7 layers of paint I had serious doubts "how the hell could it get through". Which turned to fears as I found out I'd didn't have my scraper anymore and might have to ask my dad for his...
Fortunately all I needed… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/02/2011
Had some old, heavily varnished wallpaper that nothing I tried could get off (steamer had no affect at all!). Wallwik shifts the paper fairly effectively (I just have to make sure I have at least one score mark every 5mm or similar). As far as I can tell, it's actually the solution that is most effective, the sheets just help it penetrate effectively. The scorer is fine, but I would recommend a "hedghog" perforator, it covers much more area and scores more effectively with less damage to the… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/08/2010
DISCLAIMER: I used Wallwick to remove wallpaper from walls that were properly sized before the wallpaper was hung. I don't know how it will work on walls NOT properly sized.
Wallwick is the BEST method I've ever used to removed wallpaper. In the past I've used DIF, homemade concoctions (vinegar, laundry softener), steamers, etc.
Before using Wallwick I very lightly "scored" the walls, sprayed the walls with Wallwick solution/water mix, applied the soaked wet sheets, waited 10 minutes… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/04/2009 by Emmajay (1 review written)
Wallwik Wallpaper Removal System is actually a really simple system. Basically, it's interfacing (for us gals who sew you know the stuff) and soapy water and a scratching tool to cut the wallpaper and a pressurised garden plant sprayer. BUT they were the smart cookies that put the whole system together so fair play to them! It works a DREAM!!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/01/2009
The Wallwik Wallpaper Removal System is fantastic! My border was so tightly glued to my wall that I actually kept putting off remodeling the room. I first saw Wallwik on a home improvement show and decided I had nothing to lose. Unbelievable. We scored as directed, put the border soaked sheets on top, misted approx. every five minutes or so. We kept ours on for 30 mins or more. It peeled off like a removal decal with ease. We didn't even have to scrape. The border was twenty years old… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/11/2008 by dragster4213 (1 review written)
I so recommend Wallwik Wallpaper Removal System.I had 20 year old vinyl wallpaper that I had tried every known trick out there to remove (steamer everything!) all those remedies took hours to remove then left the sheetrock needing repair. I was ready to just call someone to replace the sheetrock before I tackled another room of this paper. Before I did that though I decided to surf the internet for any other remedies I had not tried and came upon your website, for the price I decided to try… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/10/2008 by juliette Misar (1 review written)
I love Wallwik. It works and that's all that matters. I recommend it to anyone looking to remove wallpaper. Simply use a tiger lightly over the wallpaper to be removed, squirt w/Wallwick liquid, let it set a while, then start scraping… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/09/2008
The Wallwik Wallpaper Removal System is a great product! I have steamed before and did more damage than removal. With this it was spray and wait and the sheets pulled off the walls in whole pieces without damaging the drywall. It even worked on two layers of paper and one layer was painted over, it took longer but still came off in whole sheets. Love it cannot wait to do my other area!… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/09/2008
I had wallpaper that just would not come off, and the Wallwik Wallpaper Removal System came to my rescue. After applying the strips, and following the directions, it came right off. I really was amazed! I would recommend this to anyone, in fact, I already have been telling everyone I know who is doing a home project. I know it saved me hours of tedious work. Thanks so much!… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/09/2008 by paulry (1 review written)
I am a professional painter and decorator. I HATE to remove wall paper and just purchased the Wallwik system to see if it would help. I love it. It works wonders and saved me tons of time on my last job. I applied the Wallwik sheets and after 20 minutes the wallpaper could be peeled off! I would recommend this product to anyone with wallpaper to remove… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/08/2008 by kalamitykam (2 reviews written)
Wallwik Wallpaper Removal System is very good as it does not damage your walls. At least so far my walls have remained intact despite the fact that plaster has blown in several places. It does however take time, on average about 5 hours per section for me. Not surprising however as the wall covering is woodchip and it has been on the walls and ceilings for over 30 years. Just be prepared for the length of time it might take to complete your task… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/01/2008
I used Wallwik Wallpaper Removal System on walls that were not prepared properly before wallpaper was put up. Had to leave sheets on wall for about 2 hours before it would come off. It is still much better than scraping. Easy to use. Works very well on wall paper that was applied to walls that were properly prepared. Doesn't damage walls. You must be very patient and you must leave sheets on walls longer than the instructions claim… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/01/2006 by ca4pry (1 review written)
I first discovered the Wallwik wallpaper removal system while visiting the USA last year. Wallwik was recommended by a friend in New York who had used it previously.
I have recently moved home and the entire house was covered in Wallpaper. I tried using a steam wallpaper stripper but it was very slow and cracked the plaster.
Wallwik is different, it uses a 5 stage process to remove the wallpaper:
Step 1 - Score the wallpaper using the scoring tool
Step 2 - Soak the fabric sheets in the… Read Full Review
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