How do I repair peeling wallpaper between my mobile home windows?
The sun has deteriorated the wallpaper in my old mobile home windows. The glass does not come off to clean or to peel off the wallpaper to make a smooth surface to coat with paint. How can I make it look better?
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How do I fix wallpaper that's peeling off?
The wallpaper on the corner of a wall in my house is starting to peel off. Any advice about the best way to glue it back?
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I found a couple of ideas for you
you could also buy peel and stick wallpaper to replace what is there
Hi there, here's a step by step on how to take out the glass of storm windows and put it back. That will give you a chance to clean the inside and take out that wallpaper and paint it. Hope that helps! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fhxxbu0HnC4
I would use wood filler,or Bondo. Let dry completely to harden, then sand down and paint
I think it’s my interior storm window that is causing the trouble. I am pretty certain the only way to remove it is to undo the hex head screws holding the whole frame in place.
Use a small scraper that uses razor blades to scrape off loose paint or paper, then use a flat paint or eggshell/satin paint to paint the area white. or cover it with contact maybe?
My problem is access to the area between the panes. It appears the only way to gain access is to remove the entire storm window frame from the inside using the visible hex head screws. I just thought someone else with the same type of window might have come up with a clever work around to keep from having to remove each storm window.
Looks to me like peeling paint on wood. The only way to fix it is to remove the storm window which should be easy since you can see the screw heads. If it's totally sealed in there between two pieces of glass, you might be out of luck unless you can figure out who the manufacturer of the windows are and contact them for help.
Hello Corn4s, I think the only way you will get the cleaned up look you want is to take off the storm window and put a coat of paint on the part that is peeling, if you think about it, it will likely be the only time you will have to do it, as it should last a long time after, it will give you a chance to clean in between the panes as well.
Hope this assists you
Hi! Unfortunately, you probably want to wait until warmer weather so that you can do a good repair, since it sounds like you are going to remove the window, it will be a good time to make repairs, including weatherstrip. There are materials to repair the area, as others have mentioned. I will add a link for a product I like for repairs like this. Check for any caulking that needs to be done, too. Good luck!