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  1. #1
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    Wax comb & wall paper

    If you ever need to strip wall paper, (which is a dreadful job unless your a bit stoned) I found that a wax comb is the perfect tool. The same way we remove the wax from a board, use the comb on the soaking wet wall paper. The comb is strong enough to remove the paper, but gentile enough not to damage the drywall. It worked well for me.<br /><br />Thought I'd share or maybe this is old news and already known by many. <br /><br />My name is Tom btw, good to meet everyone.

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    Nice! Good to know Tom.

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    Tom....it doesn't sound like you have time to surf, to much remodeling to be done.

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    Home remodeling and repair tips are very pertinent to surfing. The quicker and more efficiently we can complete these chores, the sooner we can go out and play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DosXX View Post
    Home remodeling and repair tips are very pertinent to surfing. The quicker and more efficiently we can complete these chores, the sooner we can go out and play.
    exactly. so you see drywall preservation is indeed surf related.

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    People on here actually surf? Maybe I'm in the wrong place

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    Yea, try Better Homes and Gardens it might be what your looking for....oh I'm just kidding with ya.

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    Did someone just say drywall preservation????

    Thanks bro... It's not just a wax comb!

    Anyone else got any interesting wax comb stories /usages??