Paste your wallpaper
You will need: glue for non-woven wallpaper, soft broom to be smoothed (with pile), roller to be smoothed, cutter, ruler - No need for a wallpaper table
Do not use a rigid masking pallet!
DO NOT USE a wallpaper smoothing tool
as this will mark your wallpaper!
Step 1 - Make sure the wall is clean, smooth, dry and white. Using a pencil, draw a vertical plumb line for laying the length.
STEP 1: Ensure the wall is smooth, dry, clean, flat and dust free. Using a pencil, trace two perpendicular vertical lines to mark where the strip will go.
Step 2 - Glue the wall with special “non-woven paper” glue in a uniform manner. So there is no need for a wallpaper table. Affix the strip, dry, on the pasted wall.
STEP 2: Evenly apply special glue for non-woven paper to the wall. It is therefore not necessary to use a wallpaper table. Apply the dry strip to the glued wall.
Step 3 - Using the broom, remove any air bubbles starting from the center of the length. Immediately remove excess glue with clean water and a damp sponge. Trim the protruding edges using a ruler and a box cutter.
STEP 3: Using a broom, starting from the center of the strip, remove any air bubbles. Trim any surplus paper using a ruler and a cutter. Quickly remove any surplus adhesive with a clean sponge and warm water.