I've read a bunch of the wallpaper removal posts but most say to try to remove the top surface before using removers. In our bath remodel, previous owners had wallpaper, then applied paintable wallpaper with texture over that, then painted over that a least two times. We've tried the paper tiger with hot water and fabric softener but other than making it smell good, it's not working.
Will DIF or safe and simple be a better option or will they even work to cut through that many layers. We need to remove it because it's coming up in places. Our intention is once removed to have the walls taped/floated and retextured correctly. Our bath is 10x12 with 10' ceilings. UGH!!
Thanks so much!