Several weeks ago I talked about trying to get the wallpaper off of our dining and kitchen area. It was not the stripable type and was not going to peel off without a fight. I purchased the product Wallwik and it worked just like it showed on the promotion video.
I can recommend the product should you have some stubborn wallpaper to remove. However, if you have the stripable type using anything you find in the paint department of any store will work for you.
The wallpaper that was in a bathroom at DD's home was the stripable type. It was as much fun taking all those large panels of wallpaper off as it is pulling the dead skin off of a sunburn. That's fun, right?
There is a wonderful 6 foot long, claw-foot tub in this bathroom and I used it to toss the old wallpaper into as I went. As you can see, I am not the only one enjoying this process.