• WASHABLE NON WOVEN WALLPAPER •
Printing support : Mural Paper Semi-satiné
Inspection of your product
Our team checks your order with the utmost care before shipping. Nevertheless, in order to avoid any possible misunderstanding, it is compulsory for you to have a double check of your product before the installation, i.e. to verify that the design and its colour are in conformity with your order, that height and number of stripes match your needs, etc.
The installer, is responsible for the installation of these products. We do not take back or reimburse a decoration already handled.
The manufacturing tolerances are 1/1000, i.e. 1 mm per metre. This type of deviation is imperceptible if the stripes are correctly centred, so we advise you to check the connection between stripes carefully before gluing.
If you have any doubts or a quality/SAV query, please send an e-mail to our customer service department: email@example.com
Our decors are high quality products manufactured in France with the greatest care and rigorous quality control. Nevertheless a decor printed on paper needs a special care.
They are made of cellulose and polyester. Printed with Latex inks (water-based), they guarantee a healthy interior without pollutants.
Mural Paper Semi Satin can be cleaned with a soft sponge and clear water. Do not rub!
The printing support
Wallpaper adhesives only adhere to porous surfaces, preferably prepared with an undercoat or an old paint.
Our papers have a good thickness, but it is better to apply them to a wall that has been painted cleanly and uniformly.
Apply the non-woven paper adhesive to the wall only.
Excess glue should be cleaned up during installation, not after drying.
Follow the mixing instructions on your product packaging.
Quick and easy to apply
Edge-to-edge installation, does not shrink when drying (high stability).
However, when possible, do not apply the wallpaper in temperatures above 25°C.
Here are the tools you will need to hang a non-woven paper to your wall:
Non-woven wallpaper paste
Plumb bob, ruler or water/laser level
Smoothing brush (better than a plastic smoother)
Snap off blade
Control and prepare stripes before hanging
Pre-cut stripes, ready to be hanged
These strips have been cut and stripes are connected to the dimensions and quantity indicated in your order. They are generally classified in the right order (reference of the stripe on the back or at the bottom according to production for non-repetitive patterns or particular designs) and packaged in a single roll.
Check that you have all the stripes, that their connections are correct, that height and other aspects (paper, colour, etc.) are in accordance with your request before starting the installation.
Laying the wallpaper
Prepare the non-woven paper's paste, taking care to follow the mixing instructions on your product packaging.
Make sure stripes are centred on the wall. Do not start hanging a whole stripe first: it is better to divide the width between first and last stripe in order to have a more balanced result.
We recommend you to start with the second stripe of your panel:
Using a plumb bob or a level, determine the vertical for the first stripe, avoiding using the wall corner as a reference if there is one, as it may not be completely straight.
We recommend marking the wall with a pastel pencil to ensure the verticality of the first stripe. Avoid using thick or greasy pencils and check any marks or stains to be removed before installation.
Apply the glue on the wall only, using the paste brush.
Apply the glue on the area of one stripe. Hanged stripes one after the other, allowing the glue to slightly overflow into the area of the next stripe.
Lay your first stripe, leaving a 5 cm margin in height to prevent any discrepancies in wall height.
Adjust the stripe and press it down with a brush or the flat of your hand: pressing down consists of pushing out air bubbles from the centre to the edges and obtaining a stripe that is perfectly stuck to the wall.
Then repeat the different steps with the following strips.
Once the glue has dried (about 24 hours), cut off the excess of paper with a ruler and a snapoff blade.