Removing old wallpaper can be a tricky, messy, and frustrating process. I'm here to help. I use a safe chemical remover called DIF that I'm sure you're familiar with. With the help of a garden sprayer I can safely and efficiently remove old and sticky paper, even several layers of paper. Occasionally, when the paper needs further work to completely remove it (particularly with paper that's been on the wall for many years and held on with glue) I will use what's called a "paper tiger."  It's a tool that's held in the palm on the hand, has rotating, biting edges that cut the paper all over. It allows the liquid remover to better penetrate and get beneath the stuck paper. Any damage to the exposed wall is then easily spackled and the walls are made smooth for paint.