Torn Wallpaper at Dining Room Table
We bought a new dining room table to replace the original. Removing the old one looked easy... remove the screws in the plate that's attached to the wall, and carry it out. Well... it seems that they put silicone behind the plate so when you remove the plate, it removes the wallpaper. We now have a bare spot 12 inches wide and 4 inches high. Although the new table blocks it somewhat, it is still fairly visible. We have no hopes of duplicating the wallpaper so, we have so far, unsuccessfully, brainstormed for solutions.
Has anyone removed their dining room table and, if so, have you resolved the dilemma of the torn-off wallpaper?
Jerry & Shirley Friedman; Dusty & Cricket
2014 Chevy Silverado 3500HD
2015 Mobile Suites 38RSSB3