The first one is the textured wall. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Welcome to new Forum Visitors Join the forum now and benefit from discussions with thousands of other green building fans and discounts on Green Building Press publications: This is dependent on the particular decorative finish required ie peaks or patterns. Hi, Just moved into a new rental place, and was doing some small DIY and noticed a few things that got me worried.
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This website uses non-intrusive cookies to improve your user experience. Give us Some Feedback! CommentAuthor tony CommentTime Aug 15th If the plaster is old it sometimes breaks up with steam or wetting so be prepared to do some repairs.
Immediately after applying the wallpaper remover solution to the wall you should start to remove the paper with a stripping knife of scraper. Is this page useful? Discussion in ‘ Builders’ Talk ‘ started by BibabMay 10, They are made from paper or vinyl and applied to asnestos wall as any other wallpaper. The one you have now is woodxhip cowboy.
BibabWoodcchip 12, Where can you find asbestos? Do you already have an account? I am guessing not judging from colour I did see some white asbeshos in another part of the attic, but it is too hard to get back up to take photos so rather leave it if you think it is safe to leave undisturbedbut I really have very little idea and I know the loose stuff can be quite asbestoos. Welcome to new Forum Visitors Join the forum now and benefit from discussions with thousands of other green building fans and discounts on Green Building Press publications: Woodchip wallpaper is a cheap paper with small chips of wood within it giving the effect of a textured wall finish and was the ideal choice for hiding imperfect or cracked walls.
Is it possible the woodchip paper contains asbestos? Wood chip usually comes off easily enough with wetting but it varies according to the paint on it. Don’t remove the old ceiling. Which of these many things might have asbestos? Removing woodchip wallpaper can be hard and messy work, however we will show you how you can get rid of it and other textured wallpapers, such as Anaglypta Wallpaper, more easily.
Woodchip wallpaper was really popular in the s and it’s basically a cheap paper with small chips of wood within it. Ours is a Twenties house with original features – heavy panelled doors, solid brass door furniture and skirting board radiators, so woodchip and the artex covering dodgy plaster in other places just ain’t an option.
I kn loads of woodchip in my time! We are also fighting this one every time we decorate. I am not sure what Artex looks like – whether it went straight on concrete or woofchip on wall paper, but this one is definitely wall paper. Can’t remember what it is called. Be careful as this will be hot. Thank you all for your responses. If the work is likely to cause significant break up and deterioration of the material such as large scale removal using steaming or gelling methods, then notification would be required.
Huxley8619 Apr at 4: There are a number of techniques that you can employ to remove these wall papers, but essentially they are all aimed at achieving the same thing; moistening and loosening the paste holding the paper on to the wall so that it will come away cleanly.
Top tip for this if you don’t want to lose too much ceiling height is to cut out channels in the old plaster and eoodchip, down to the joists, to install the strapping. I hear you can skim over woodchip but my ceiling is sagging after a major leak so ideally I wanted the whole ceiling removed Retrieved from ” https: