Does "strippable" wallpaper leave residue on the wall when removed?
I rent. The landlord takes forever to respond to requests for redecoration of a semi-permanent type and I cannot stand the 50+ year old wallpaper in the bathroom any longer! When you remove "strippable" wallpaper, does the glue come off the wall too? Can the paper be reused with other glue? Reuse is not important, but I figured I'd ask when I'm typing. I got the wallpaper on sale!
There are also about a thousand small holes in the walls in every room because the previous tenant hung small shelves everywhere and ripped the anchors right out of the wall when she removed them. Again, I don't want to make any visual changes, although IMHO, spackle would look better than holes! Has someone invented a transparent patch yet?