Before We Start:
The surface of the wall must be smooth, clean, dry and sound. Flaking paint and loose wallpaper should be removed, and any uneven surfaces must be filled. Give the wall a prime coating if its colour is very different from the new wallpaper. Very absorbent surfaces, such as plaster walls, should be sized.
Preparing the paste:
- Use a bucket and whisk to mix with.
- Sprinkle content of package into 4 litres of cold water, mixing briskly for 30 seconds.
- After approximately 3 minutes stir again.
- After 15 minutes give it a good final stir and it is ready to use.
Unused adhesive can be stored for about 14 days.
Please Note: Always use right adhesive for proper finishing of the wallpaper, don not hesitate to call us in case there is any doubt about the mixing of adhesive.
- Rollers and tray
- Paintbrush (For the areas that the roller misses, e.g. along with the ceiling and skirting boards)
- Spirit level or plumb line (To make sure the wallpaper is straight)
- Steel ruler (To make a straight, clean cut along the top and bottom)
- Wallpaper sponge (Soft cloth or sponge, preferably a cellulose sponge)
- Craft knife
- Wallpapering tool or brush