The bottom of our cold water tank in the loft gave out through rust two
months ago and sent 70 gallons of water pouring down through the house.
Luckily enough I was home when it happened to turn off the mains water tap
etc. otherwise the damage could have been much worse.
Everything has dried out now but the problem is that the wallpaper has
bubbled on the landing and stairs and in a few other places. I do not want
to to have to redecorate the whole stairwell so I was wondering if there was
any way to repair these bubbles that avoided slicing open the wallpaper and
brushing paste or wallpaper repair adhesive into the area?
For example, would it be possible to get a large syringe and inject adhesive
into the bubble and solve the problem that way? Most of the wallpaper in
question is anaglypta which has been painted with emulsion paint.
Thanks in advance,