We found a house (and there was much rejoicing!). It's not perfect, but I think it will work very well for us. It's on a cul-de-sac, it has a fenced yard, and a golden retriever lives next door. What more could you want? There are some problems, however, which can basically be summed up in one word: wallpaper. This is the master bathroom. Seriously, who thought that wallpaper was a good idea? We also have some stripes in the kitchen, which are pretty bad. This the other bathroom. I know, it almost hurts to look at it. So, what I really need to know is, does anybody have some good ideas how to get this crap off of my walls? I don't have the first clue how to do it, short of sticking a steamer on it, and peeling it off when it's wet. I used to help my friend earn money from his parents by doing that. His parents would mark off certain sections of the room, and put a price on it. Smaller sections were worth a quarter, bigger ones a dollar, the really heinous ones were worth $5.00or more (I didn't say his parents were generous!). Anyway, any tricks?