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Posted by BGK on February 4th, 2001 05:36 PM
In reply to Z-brick removal by Lisa on February 4th, 2001 02:04 PM [Go to top of thread]

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I had this in my livingroom and, after trying to strip it off, I found the only good solution was to take off the drywall along with the Z-brick and re-drywall. However, mine was stuck on real hard - you could try prying some off and see how easy yours is to remove. If it comes off fairly easy then you might be able to get by with prying it off, scraping off the mortar, and smoothing over the wall with some drywall mud. It may never look good enough to paint though, so if you go this route you may want to consider wallpaper.
I do recall a message posted here a while ago about painting Z-brick. That'd be a lot less trouble and mess, so you may also want to consider it.

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