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  1. What about the trim pieces on top and at corners. Do you remove them, paint them Or paper over them? Thank you

    1. Hi Beth, I didn’t remove the trim pieces nor did I wallpaper over them. I actually painted them so they are hardly noticeable. The wallpaper probably won’t stick well on the trim pieces.

  2. Hi,
    Thanks for all the great information!!

    We live in a high humidity area and have a hybrid rock wood roo. I am concerned about the wallpaper not stick properly. We dry camp often and do not keep heat on, except at times. In the winter we drain the pipes and have a humidifier going but no heat normally.
    Thank you in advance.

    1. Hi Stacy, it often depends on the wallpaper and of course on the temperatures you are in. Before you apply your wallpaper make sure the walls are clean. If you are concerned that the peel and stick wallpaper won’t hold up, add an additional spray adhesive from 3M. The other option is to use wallpaper and glue it on with wallpaper paste. This is often the better option for high humidity areas.
      Hope this helped.

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