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89 370 bathroom cieling vinyl sticky...

im wanting to redo my bathroom walls while its gutted but don't really want to peel the vinyl off the ceiling since it seems to be adhered to aluminum and will be stuck good. my plan is to use a good bonding primer and cover with textured wallpaper but the vinyl on the ceiling feels tacky almost like it has grease residue like you get in a kitchen. I tried degreaser and even sprayed with lacquer thinner and wiped it down good with a clean cloth. Do you guys think its the adhesive bleeding through? I tested a spot for the primer and it scratches off even after a couple of days.
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