corkboard wall--how do I get rid of?

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Old 02-07-02, 11:17 AM
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corkboard wall--how do I get rid of?

Just bought a new house (built in early 80s) and one of the bedrooms has a "corkboard wall". The whole outside wall is covered in dark brown corkboard. While I can understand that this may be nice to hang kids' artwork, etc., I am just not into it and would like to make it a "normal" wall. But, am a novice to home repair--can I just cover with dry wall or is it necessary to remove corkboard first? Any input is greatly appreciated!
 
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Old 02-19-02, 01:00 PM
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removing the cork board is best.

It is probobly glued on to drywall, so it will ruin the sheetrock.

Replace the sheetrock, and you are back into style.
 
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