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Can wallpaper be damaged by excess moisture?

In most cases
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Question: Can wallpaper be damaged by excess moisture?
Top Answer (66% of 6 votes): Always.

Answer: Always
Explanation: Water and paper don't mix
John e Jennings wallpaper
Answer: In most cases
Explanation: In most cases if a room contains excessive moisture that isn't ventilated then often times it creates a breeding ground for mold and mildew which is a deterrent to paints and wall coverings. Wall covering bond becomes weakened therefore causing loss of adhesion.
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Answer: Always
Explanation: It's not made for moisture
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