Preparation Spackle and polish the wall with sandpaper to smooth any imperfections. It is also important to sandpaper glossy walls. Control the patch number is the same on all rolls. Measure up the length of the wall, and cut the first strip of wallpaper.

Important! Cut an extra 10 -15 cm. Don’t cut the next strip of wallpaper before you are sure that the pattern matches.

How to Use water-based wallpaper glue (premixed or in powder form). Lay the wallpaper upside down on paper or plastic and use a large pencil or a small paint roller to apply wallpaper glue. Use plenty of wallpaper glue and let it soak for 5 minutes. Now apply the wallpaper, one strip at a time, smoothing each onto the wall from the center outward using a wallpaper brush. For long strips, use a stepladder and work from the top down. Once a wallpaper strip is up, you can perfect its placement and cut of top and bottom using a sharp scissor. Carefully push any bubbles out toward the borders and wash off excess glue with a damp cloth. Carry on with next strip and remember not to overlap the paper. Find the pattern match before using the brush. To put wallpaper over sockets and around pipes or other “hurdles”, cut an “x” into the wallpaper and put the wallpaper around the details. Place the wallpaper firmly and cut if necessary.

Remember! Do not worry if the wallpaper looks wrinkled. When the wallpaper dries up, it straightens out. It may take 24 hour before the wallpaper is completely dry

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