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Remove the patch and wet the damaged area with hot water using your cloth. Peel away the damaged piece but be very careful not to damage the surrounding areas of wallpaper. If the damaged area does not come off easily, you may use a small amount to dishwashing detergent to help loosen the damaged wallpaper.
Make sure that you use warm water with the stripping solution in the garden sprayer. Warm water helps the solution to penetrate deeper much quickly and make the removal process simpler. Once the backing comes off, you are ready to install the new wallpaper.
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