I agree with you all. I just recently removed some wallpaper that 3 professionals said they wouldn't do. It was on 3 walls of my living room and it took a L O N G time because the paper was applied directly over wallboard. The builders marks were still on the board..measurements, etc. I used the dif, paper tiger (best tool!) and mucho hot water. In evenings when I worked on it, all I could remove was a strip a day. I got it done, cleaned all the paste off and primered then painted and it lookes like a million bucks!