Recently we removed the wallpaper from some of the interior walls of our 1976 Sovereign
. These were the divider walls between the kitchen and bathroom and the bathroom and bedroom (our Sovereign
has the center bath). The walls underneath appeared to be luan panels. Fortunately, sitting in the hot summer sun in Florida for 10 years had loosened most of the wallpaper, so we were able to strip it off in pieces (a messy job), which uncovered the adhesive clinging to the walls. 3 coats of Goo Gone Gel adhesive stripper and a plastic scraper removed almost all of the adhesive; the rest we sanded off, then we used patching plaster to fill in any imperfections in the wall surface, followed by a smooth sanding, then a coat of primer, and finally two coats of high-gloss almond cabinet enamel (by luck, the color is a very close match for the painted trim on some of the cabinetry and coodinates very well with the interior shell color). We like the new finish so much that we may not repaper as originally planned.