Need some guidance
I have an interior plasterboard wall in my bedroom
A previous owner of the flat hung woodchip wallpaper directly onto the wall - no evidence of any sealing prior to sticking up the paper.
I've removed lots of the paper by scraping and soaking - but I'm starting to think I'm wasting my time
With the really stubborn bits , the more I soak and scrape I'm just starting to trash the upper layers of the plasterboard
I'm not sure if the surface will be good enough for a plasterer to skim over. Should I save myself the effort and just get the old board removed and new plasterboard fitted and skimmed?
I'm going to have the same issue again when I do the hallway on the other side of the wall.