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Removing Paneling that's glued on


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04-25-05, 03:30 AM   #1  
Removing Paneling that's glued on

Has anyone successfully removed 'old masonite' paneling that has been glued onto to knotty pine?

I have an old cottage that has this on the bathroom walls and we would like to try to remove the paneling. It's been glued on with what looks like glue from a caulking tube.

Any ideas would be appreciated

 
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04-25-05, 04:00 AM   #2  
hi
usually they used panel glue or constructon adhesive.
you will need to rip the panel of and scrappe the glue.
It's a hard job.
Good luck

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04-25-05, 04:01 AM   #3  
hi
usually they used panel glue or construction adhesive.
you will need to rip the panel of and scrappe the glue.
It's a hard job.
Good luck

pg`

 
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