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Wall paper of thin layer of foam anyone heard of it?

Postby kerravon2021 » Thu Jun 03, 2021 12:42 pm

Old pensioner with copd has just moved into council flat that has damp
in a couple of rooms. two of the bedroom have what looks like a thin
layer of sponge with hariglypter paper put on backwords.
Previous tenant says the council fitted to cure damp in those rooms, surely this isnt right, took a little piece out and burnt it the smell was horrendous. Is this wall covering legal? any help greatly appreciated.
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Postby stoneyboy » Sun Jun 06, 2021 9:44 pm

Hi kerravon2021
Lining a wall with expanded polystyrene “wall paper” and applying wallpaper has been the standard way of dealing with cold damp walls for ages. As far as I know this has not been identified as a fire risk.
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