In most cases, wallpaper will stick to painted surfaces as long as the surface is clean, smooth, and free from any peeling or flaking paint. However, it is important to ensure that the paint has cured properly and is not still releasing solvents, which can affect the adhesive bond. Additionally, if the paint is glossy or has a high sheen, it may need to be sanded or primed before wallpaper installation to ensure proper adhesion.

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