|Fig.1 Steel wool|
Parts and Supplies:
Coarse #3 steel wool
Mrs. Escarole wanted a mirror removed from the master bathroom. She had tried to remove it herself but the mirror would not budge. She called my repair service to remove a 48 by 60 inch mirror.
This post shows four steps to use steel wool to help remove the adhesive from the wall.
Step 1: Above fig.1 shows the coarse #3 steel wool used to help remove the tar from the textured walls.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows that the steel wool was removing the adhesive from the wall.
|Fig.2 Works on light walls|
|Fig.3 Steel wool|
|Fig.4 Steel wool|
|Fig.5 Steel wool|
|Fig.6 Steel wool|
- Part 1 of 6 - Removed from Wall
- Part 2 of 6 - Wall Adhesive Removed
- Part 3 of 6 - Wall Sanded with Steel Wool
- Part 4 of 6 - Wall Spackle
- Part 5 of 6 - Textured Wall
- Part 6 of 6 - Wall Painted
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