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I'm removing the wallpaper from my kitchen walls and I'm going to put a backsplash in above the counter and paint the

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remainder. What should I do to prepare the walls in advance, in both cases?
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  • Yamini LEED AP at Urbanmotifs

    Wow that is good detailed information from Dan, however I would like to add a few tips about back splash. Apply mastic or thin set in small areas while laying tile, because it dries up very fast and tile will have a problem adhering to the wall. If a

  • Debbie R
    Debbie R Altamonte Springs, FL

    Dear Yamini - that's a big help. Thanks.

  • James A
    James A Roswell, GA

    Good advice from Dan and Yamani. Seems like a lot of prep work, but you will be glad you did when you see the excellent results.

  • Debbie R
    Debbie R Altamonte Springs, FL

    Thanks everyone. I think I'll be okay now.
    Debbie R

  • Dan's of Central Florida, Inc.

    No problem at all there Debbie. Please let us know how things turn out and if there is anything else we can aid you in. :)

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