Wallpapering yourself? It's that simple

Are you a bit suspicious of people telling you wallpapering is not that difficult at all? And yet it is! At least if you choose quality. Since our wall murals is made of sturdy non-woven material and printed on easily manageable strips of 48 cm wide, the job is done in no time. However, you don't have to take our word for it, in the video below you can discover with your own eyes how easy wallpapering is. Because if we can do it, you can too!

Everything starts with a good preparation. A clean, smooth and dry wall is a must for a beautiful end result. Once the substrate has been prepared, it is time to mix the adhesive. It is important that you choose a custom wallpaper glue. After several tests, Perfax Roll-on Magic emerged as the best wallpaper adhesive. This wallpaper adhesive has been developed especially for gluing non-woven wallpaper and can be applied directly to the wall. That saves you a lot of cleaning afterwards. Don't panic if the wallpaper paste suddenly turns fuchsia pink while mixing, that's exactly the intention. This way you can see on which part of the wall glue has already been applied. In addition, after drying, the pink color will disappear completely. Apply strip by strip to the wall and after having applied a new strip, immediately wipe off any excess glue with a soft, damp cloth. Finally, all you need to do is trim off the edges using a ruler and sharp Stanley knife, and your new photo wall is ready!

Completely convinced? Choose a photo from our online catalog and have it printed to suit your interior. Tip: add an extra 10 cm in height and width to compensate for any gradient. After receiving your order, we will immediately get to work so that you receive your custom-made photo wallpaper at home a few working days later. In the meantime, you can read our wallpaper instructions again by clicking the button below, and don't forget to check out our handy prevention tips for open seams so that you are 100% prepared. Good luck!


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