Getting stains off wallpaper can be a challenge as no matter how hard you try, you can’t avoid stains in your home, even on the walls. Although most wallpaper these days is washable, it is still difficult to get out the most stubborn stains. Children sometimes use the walls as their own private canvas, leaving you to clean up the wallpaper as best you can. Stains from cooking can be tough to remove, as can organic stains like blood. But with a little perseverance and many household items, you will be up to the challenge.
Instructions Grease - Make paste from three parts cornstarch or baking soda and one part water. Apply paste to the stain with your fingers. Rub gently.
Apply an iron on the lowest setting to the bag or paper towel. Use this method to remove grease stains from non-washable wallpaper.
Crayon - Mix 1/2 a cup of water with 1 teaspoon of liquid bleach. Wet a clean cloth with the solution and wring it out thoroughly. Apply the cloth to the stain.
Scrub the stain with a mixture of mild detergent in a bucket of water, just enough to form bubbles. Continue until the stain has disappeared. Form a slice of plain white bread into a ball. Rub it on the stain to erase it. Repeat with a new slice as necessary to remove the stain.