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Posted by K Sarratt on January 14th, 2000 09:12 AM
In reply to come back? by BEG on January 13th, 2000 07:49 AM [Go to top of thread]

All of the walls are like this. You cannot
see through to the other side (the "slats" are
close together, but it is not smooth were the
edges meet). I met someone the other day that
said the house she grew up in was done the same way.
She said the fabric behind the wallpaper is
cheesecloth, and that I could redo it the same way
or use something called liner (lining?) paper
instead of cheesecloth to keep the wallpaper from
adhering to the ridges between the wood. She said
that would give it a smooth appearance. Any
thoughts on this? Please let me know if you have
any other ideas, or hear of any other suggestions
from your friends.

I really appreciate your help, and I think I'll take
your advice on getting a good book on restoration!

Have a nice day!

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