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Instructions for wallpaper application

  • 06 Nov, 23:28
We offer personalized prints of new-generation.

Various textured wallpapers: 13006 Fine Canvas, 13002 Sand, 13010 Fresco, 13011 Vittelo, 13006 Canvas, 13007 Brush, 13008 Plaster, which have a high density and are of high quality in 3 layers: vinyl base, paper support and the upper layer is made of special textured paper.
The order is based only on the dimensions which you send. The desired image can be printed only on the 6 available textures.

We use high quality materials based on ecological solvents that offer superior quality of images. One of the advantages is that it is possible to optimize the number of rollers and implicitly the joints depending on the wall dimensions and at the customer's request, the wallpaper can be mounted vertically or horizontally.

The standard wall width is 1.30 m, with an unlimited length. Another advantage is that the printed wallpaper can be glued to the picture without a joint with a width of up to 1.30 m, and later it can be joined horizontally or horizontally with the image.

Instructions for application

The method of gluing the printed wallpaper is not different from standard or vinyl type. Therefore, the basic requirements are as follows:

1.Use a vinyl heavyweight adhesive/ glue tape or it is recommended to use an adhesive
for fiberglass wallpaper.
2.Wall preparation - is to get a perfectly smooth, clean and dry, non-cracked surface. For this, the wall must be pre-primed. If the walls are painted, they must be removed.
3.Use the necessary tools (level, roulette) to orient wallpaper vertically or horizontally.
4.Apply the adhesive/ glue with a brush on the wall surface and then on the wallpaper. Apply a thin layer of uniform adhesive/ glue from center to edge. Allow to soften
for a few minutes (between 3 and 5 minutes, usually indicated by the manufacturer on the adhesive packaging).
5.Stick the first roll perfectly vertically (recommended from left to right) or horizontally (recommended from top to bottom) as the case (see photo №1).

When the roll is pasted, it is necesary to brush it to remove the air bubbles, moving from top to bottom in from the center to side.
Continue by matching the rolls.
The adjacent rolls stick in overlap (1.5-3 cm) (see photo №2), so will the elements in the image match. After gluing, it will be cut with a new line in the right line, in the middle of the 1.5-3 cm superimposed area of the wallpaper, after which the surplus will be removed and the excess adhesive on the edges will be gently wiped with a wet sponge or a cloth. (see photo №3)
Prevent drying.
To ensure uniform contact, use the rubber roll to remove the air from the wallpaper.
The double seam cut is used to make sure that two overlapping lengths of wallpaper so are flush against each other and the wallpaper pattern is accurately aligned.
If the pattern is exactly aligned before the double seam cut is done, it will also work perfectly afterwards.
Use a cutter knife - or better yet, a special double seam knife designed specifically for this method. This will enable you to cut the seams of the lengths accurately, so that the cut-off strips can be removed very simply. If you use the correct approach, this also means that the wall surface will remain undamaged. In order to achieve a straight cut, place a wallpaper cutting guide, a metal guiding bar or a long ruler onto the line where both lengths overlap (see photo №4).

Use the cutter or double seam knife and move it along the overlap in an up-to-down movement. Now pull out the cut-off strips of both wallpaper lengths (see photo №5). If you have followed the instructions and succeeded in your efforts, the seams of both lengths should now touch accurately and you shouldn't see a seam between them (see photo №6).
Finally, remove any paste residue from the cut line and the surface of the wallpaper.

6.It is advisable to avoid air drafts both during the wallpapering process and after, for 48 hours.
7.It is strictly forbidden to use metal, rigid or plastic tools in order to avoid breaking or scratching the wallpaper.
8.Over a week after gluing, the wallpaper can be cleaned with damp and soft materials.