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Old 08-24-2020, 04:56 AM   #1
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Hey everyone! I just got a very cute new apartment! While we were touring one of the units, I noticed they put up some stunning temporary wallpaper. Has anyone used this product? Did it ruin your walls?

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Stuff is garbage. I refuse to install it anymore. As far as the walls.... If they were primed and painted properly its supposed to come down nicely. The problem is, apartments are painted with the cheapest garbage paint made. If its an old apartment thats been repainted a whole bunch of times, it MIGHT hold up.

Chances are, its gonna take a whole bunch of paint down with it.
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