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Home Page Forums HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Wallpaper Solution- Chair Rails

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    Through time I’ve seen many people vexed about their wall paper getting chewed by free roam Rabbits and I thought of a solution that I thought will help some people- Chair Rails. They are occasionally seen in old houses and were used to prevent chair backs scuffing the walls. This splits the walls horizontally, allowing wallpaper to be hung above the rail or wrecked paper below the rail to be removed when fitting a chair rail.

    Corners of plastered walls can be protected by thin sheet metal cut narrow, bent into a lengthways 90 degree and nailed or glued in place which can be painted the same colour as the wall or be made a feature, i.e.. polished Copper sheet metal

    A.D


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