Lining Paper Not Adhering To Walls

Postby chris131 » Mon Sep 27, 2010 1:00 pm

Ive just decorated a room for someone. The walls were previously painted with what looked like a silk paint. I used a remover to remove all the paint from the walls (as recommended on DIYDoctor) right back to the plaster. I washed all the walls and prepared cracks etc. After all this I then put up my lining paper, pasting both the walls and the paper. For a week or so there has been no problems, but recently I have started painting, and now, bubbling is appearing. I dont get why? The plaster is sound (it is not new plaster) and I used ultra strong paste. Can anyone help as to why this is now showing signs of bubbling and peeling? Thank you.
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Simply Build It

Postby JRS » Tue Sep 28, 2010 2:43 pm

Did you size the walls? Really thin paste allow to dry then hand lining?

Also i think you have went to drastic measures decorating this room i have never heard of stripping paint before papering EVER.
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