woodchip

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woodchip

(ˈwʊdˌtʃɪp)
n
(Building) a type of wall covering made with woodchips
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hakelastupuukuitu
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Then use a paint roller and soak it and the woodchip paper. Do this about three times, leaving 20 minutes between soaks.
The first job we tackled was to remove the partition wall and the woodchip paper which was on both ceilings.
We tested it on a project last week and it saved all the hassle of removing stubborn woodchip paper. Within a couple of hours the offending bumpy ceiling was hidden below a smooth ready to paint surface and our homeowners were left kicking their height.
The pile of the roller should also be considered short pileis best for smooth surfaces such as plaster or lining paper, while a longer pile roller is recommended when covering embossed or woodchip paper or a raised finish, such as Artex.
The walls need replastering which means removing the woodchip paper which I am told is very difficult.
Q I need to remove some very thick woodchip paper in my study.
Denise stripped off the burgundy and blue stripey paper on one wall and the white woodchip paper on another.
Q I have stripped woodchip paper and it has damaged the plasterboard, leaving the grey gypsum- type plaster exposed.
Q WE NEED to scrape off some woodchip paper from behind our radiators.
The Keatings had hung the woodchip paper more than 21 years ago when they first bought their home.
Q How can I remove woodchip paper after it has had a few coats of emulsion?
Could you suggest the simplest way of covering the fine cracks on our hallway walls without using woodchip paper?