Originally Posted by ToolGuy
Smells pretty, too.
LOL...We used a spray on wallpaper remover (non toxic). Wiped it on with a sponge, let it sit for 5 minutes or so and the paper peeled right off. I think it was just soapy water myself. Our wallpaper was porous. If your paper isn't porous, you need to score it first with one of those roller thingy's, then apply the remover.
Our drywall texture guy recommended using Zinsser oil base primer over the leftover wallpaper glue to insure good adhesion of his texturing mud to the wall. Worked like a champ! Just have to ventilate VERY well when using this stuff...