Removing wallpaper—especially if it’s been on the walls for years—can cause unexpected damage to your walls. But if it’s in good condition and has no signs of adhesion failure, there’s no reason to invest a lot of time and effort in removing it before painting your walls.
Also, by leaving the wallpaper in place, your walls will stay in their current condition, and you’ll be able to start painting without delay.
It's vital to prepare your walls carefully before painting. Follow these simple steps to ensure the best results: