There are some very effective solutions to spray on, have you looked at Home depot or Menards?
With a lot of patience , words I should not say and then choose your own personal vice...mine is ice cream! Overthe years I have used everything from DIF Wallpaper Remover to steamers etc I'll look on here there are some great ideas and suggestions
We've posted on this several times....if the walls were primed before the paper went up, try spraying with windex and use a plastic putty knife to gently peel it away. You can also use a paper tiger...don't press it into the drywall....just light perforations....and then use a steamer to remove it. Wagner makes a nice steamer unit and you can get it at Home Depot or Lowes
water and fabric softner
Wet sponge, dish washing liquid and patience!
Very popular question! Here is a link to a similar conversation on Hometalk with some more great options. http://www.hometalk.com/activity/56596
Been there, done it and it is a big PIA. Get some paper remover at a big box along with a "paper tiger", have patients and just hope the wall was properly primed.
Have fun....Happy New Year
I have done that job several times and have just finished it once again, this time I used plain old vinegar in a spray bottle. after peeling off first layer sprayed down next layer with vinegar let it set a few min and it was the easiest scrape of I
have ever done