I always use a spray bottle of warm water and 1/3 ratio of vinegar. You could add a couple of drops of liquid soap.
Let it soak and re-spray and soak again.
Plastic putty knife works well and doesn’t rust.
If you have a lot to do, buy the spiked roller. It’s worth it.
Hi Theresa, in years past, I've used fabric softener and very hot water in a spray bottle to "release" the glue after using a wall paper scorer which is a palm sized tool to penetrate the wallpaper. Here's a video using additional supplies. Many different ways to get wall paper removed.
Hi Theresa, I have found the best way is to steam it off, You can rent a fabric steamer, or a cleaning steamer for this, I have one and it sure makes a lot of jobs much easier. They are inexpensive and sell for less than $20. Here's a quick video, hope it helps you
This is exactly how I have removed wallpaper in 3 rooms. In fact I showed this to my neighbor who was pulling her hair out just using a scraper. I used Downey which also made the rooms smell wonderful. Leave it on for about 20 minutes after you first score it with a paper tiger, then take a PLASTIC scraper and the old wallpaper comes off 123.
I've found that water and vinegar, plus a plastic putty knife work best. It takes forever, but some projects are like that. Be sure you clean the walls afterwards to remove the glue residue. I wash mine with water and vinegar until they no longer feel slimy. Then wash again with water.
I sprayed on liquid fabric softener and scraped it off.
Use a steamer or wet sponge and a scraper.......... Mucky but worth it.
Use a paper tiger to score the wallpaper. Then spray the wall with Downy Fabric softener and water. About half and half. Let it stay for about 10 minutes. Use a plastic scraper. You can get them cheap in the auto section of Walmart or an Auto store. The fabric softener will make it easy peasy.