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Old 05-04-2008, 09:28 PM   #21
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Boog, whats going on today, man, you are all over the place tonight......whats up cuz?
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Old 05-04-2008, 09:30 PM   #22
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Did you know that Boog actually is the guy in the picture with Joewho? They say a picture is worth 1000 words, well Boog has given us both...
Whats boog's real name Chris, Pat.....one of those names that can go both ways?
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Old 05-04-2008, 09:35 PM   #24
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Poor little dude thought Nathan would send him the t-shirt if he set a new 24 hour record for posts. Good thing Nathan goes through and weeds out the nonsense posts. Wasted day for the boog. I don't think there was one post that contributed to a thread in a serious way. Kind of reminds me of Ch!p$ter...
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Poor little dude thought Nathan would send him the t-shirt if he set a new 24 hour record for posts. Good thing Nathan goes through and weeds out the nonsense posts. Wasted day for the boog. I don't think there was one post that contributed to a thread in a serious way. Kind of reminds me of Ch!p$ter...
You may be on to something there V, could boog really be Ch*pster?
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You may be on to something there V, could boog really be Ch*pster?
I doubt it. When Chip got banned, he went off and started his own highly successful forum, so I'm sure he is way too busy to come back here and do what the boog does. Now, if we could get the boog to start Paintboogtalk.com. that would be awesome. We could all go there when we need a fix, and keep this place from getting further contaminated.
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Old 05-05-2008, 02:18 PM   #27
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id shy away from using the tiger, it usually damages the wall behind the paper for me. dif, sandpaper, and steamer is what I use. would like to try the S & S stuff sometime though.
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Hey V, here a stripping job smackass and I started today. We got all the paper off in 8 hours. Still have to get the adhesive off the wall and there is gonna be lots of skimming. I'll post more pic as we go along.
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I'm starting to think That Vermont guy has a fixation ... ?
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I agree with the premise of keeping the subject wet. Also a scoring tool should be used to penetrate the subject, and either hot or warm water with a reliable surfactant to assist with relief of stubborn adhesion to the substrate.

Hey Chris thanks for the link, I am interested.

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Old 05-05-2008, 11:11 PM   #31
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Timhag, going time and materials? Looks like it is peeling off well, and off old plaster walls? Did you run into a lot of cracks and such under the paper?
Have fun. Paul
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I stand corrected. Hot water WILL help remove the ADHESIVE as it helps change the molecular structure of the adhesive itself.

So, my new process would be room temp/cold water to strip the facing if needed, hot water to remove backing and adhesive.

And that's my final answer.
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I stand corrected. Hot water WILL help remove the ADHESIVE as it helps change the molecular structure of the adhesive itself.

So, my new process would be room temp/cold water to strip the facing if needed, hot water to remove backing and adhesive.

And that's my final answer.
Hmmm ... Cold water just doesn't seem to work as well as hot. At least in my experience.
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You guys got er done. Looks like it came off nicely almost in sheets, unlike our mess last week. Was that unprimed drywall under it? (at the top of the stairs?)
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You guys got er done. Looks like it came off nicely almost in sheets, unlike our mess last week. Was that unprimed drywall under it? (at the top of the stairs?)
This was some think stuff, so pretty much came off in full sheets. Hard parts were the corners where I swear they used liquid nail. Ripped the wall down with the paper. The 2 halls, 2 stairs, and 1 room are unprimed drywall, the other 4 rooms are cracking out the ass plaster. A whole whole lot of skimming & patching.
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I would think with paper like that (coming off in big sheets) its vinyl with no backing. Looks like the adhesive was left on the wall.
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I would think with paper like that (coming off in big sheets) its vinyl with no backing. Looks like the adhesive was left on the wall.
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I would think with paper like that (coming off in big sheets) its vinyl with no backing. Looks like the adhesive was left on the wall.
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Damn boog, you still tossing out those posts.......huh?

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