If you prefer painted walls in front of wallpaper, but find that a smooth surface becomes lifeless - then fiber optic fiber is a good option. You can choose from several different structures. In addition, you have a variety of color shades to choose from, which allows you to paint the fabric in the color you like best. There is only a small obstacle, if you have never been wallpapered, you should not give up on fiberglass fabric alone. If you are thinking of setting up fiberglass fabric on the walls, you should have some habits when painting. Fiberglass fabric does not provide the same space for mistakes as a regular wallpaper. If you get a fold on the wet when you put a paper loss, you can almost always lift the wet, correct and then put the wad in place again.
When the fiberglass wipe comes into contact with the adhesive on the wall, the fabric becomes soft and unmanageable. The fold in the fabric also stretches the threads and it becomes impossible to smooth out. If you are unsure, you may ask someone to assist you at the set.
Fiberglass fabric is a very durable material that you paint with a plastic paint. The surface is easy to wipe, withstands a lot of wear and is easy to paint when you get tired of coloring. If you put fiberglass fabric on plasterboard walls, you have created some protection if you would hit
a fire in your home.
The plasterboard contains water and is a rather fireproof material. Fiberglass fabric has a flame-proof surface layer that further strengthens the wall's safety. Although glass fiber fabric and paint are a relatively expensive alternative compared with the standard wallpaper, and in addition, it is a bit more difficult to get in place, it may be all the best to put in place.
When setting up a fiberglass fabric The work is both wallpaper and painting. This means that you will expect it to take longer than usual for the wallpaper before the set is complete. Since you will always put the fabric on "clean" walls, you should also expect the preparation to be more extensive and significantly dustier. Therefore, carefully plan the set.
Of course, the best way to protect the furniture from sanding dust is to place them in any other room. If you do not have space for it, you should put them together in the middle of the room and on as little space as you can. Then dress the "furniture pyramid" with protective plastic and then tape the joints with the masking tape.
Unscrew the protective covers around the electrical outlets and connectors and place the screws in the respective cover. Remove the floor tiles by cloning the hammer. Put a "breakboard" against the wall and you will not get any marks.
Hammers (1) Screwdriver (2) Wallpaper knives (3) Extra blade to the knife (4) Stacker (5) Stacker (5) Stacker (6) Scissors (7) String (8) Roller (9) Colored sponges (10) Sponges (11) Protective gloves (12) Cleaning sponges Grinding block (16) Woven tool (17) Grinding paper (18) Brush, possibly. Wallpaper.
Fiberglass fabric, Adhesive or combination adhesive and primer, Wallpaper dissolving agent, Sandpack color and plastic paint, Sodium solution, Paint strips.
1. Measure the walls and calculate the weave and wallpaper usage. The fabric is usually 1 meter wide and you can buy it in a meter.
2. Determine how much preliminary work needs to be done and calculate approximately how long it takes.
3. Also make an assessment of how long you need for set and painting. Do not forget to include drying time for filler, adhesive and paint.
4. Buy home paint, fabric and other materials.
5. Get all the tools. If you do not have a wallpaper, you can safely rent or borrow a table by your tap dealer.
If you rub unevenly over the glass fiber surface, shiny "stains" will appear on the finished wall. Therefore, do not squeeze extra heavily on for example the joints when you rub the fabric. Work with the weave tool across the wallpaper surface. Swipe the scraper from top to bottom and from side to side. Never use the bottom and bottom tool.
The sharp edges can catch and damage the fabric. Always wipe out the adhesive that may look out between the joints. Remove the overflow with a damp, well-wrinkled cloth. Adhesives that may remain on the web may discolour the painted surface.
1.Remove all loose wallpaper. Never put fiberglass fabric on top of another wallpaper because the fabric does not attach.
2.Remove the rest of the wallpaper. Use wallpaper-solving agents that you iron out with a sponge and allow to work.
3. When the wall is clean, all damage will be spilled with sandpack color. Allow to dry and grind the surface evenly.
1.Washed painted walls should always be washed. Use protective gloves and wash from bottom to bottom.
2.If the wall is painted with a shiny color, you should rub the surface so that the adhesive gets better attachment. Use a coarse sponge.
3. Always rinse all soda until the water is no longer lame. Replace water several times.
1.Brush loose dirt and dirt with a brush. Any cracks are then pulled up with a triangular scraper.
2.Pack all holes. Deeper damage spills into several thinner layers. Allow each layer to dry before grinding.
3.Lip all fluffy surfaces with a fine release paper. Feel your hand so that the surface becomes one with the other wall.
1.Pack all screw holes.
2. If it is difficult to get the joints properly smooth, you can cover them with glass fiber strips after the first packing.
3.Pack over the fiberglass strip and let the drip wipe dry proper. Always use a wide-flap.
4.Lip down the fluffed surfaces to fit the rest of the wall. Be very careful.
1. On a suction base, you need to pre-bond the surface. Stretch a glue on the wall, allow it to tighten and dry.
2. Before you start the set, you have to wipe the wall with scissors and strings. Mark the line with the pen.
3.Create to the wet. Measure the length of the wall and add approximately one dm to the cutter, more if the wallpaper is patterned.
4.Print out the paste flush and evenly on the wall to one thing at a time. If you stick with the adhesive, do not attach the fabric.
5.Set up the first wet. Tighten it at the ceiling edge using the weave tool. Have approx. 5 cm in the screen.
6.We make sure that the water drops exactly vertically. Help the tissue in place by "following" the palm of the hand.
7.Press the fabric using the weave tool. Always work inside and out. Never pull the tool upwards.
8.You must push all air between the weave and the wall because you can not correct an air bubble afterwards.
9.Next wet, place the edge at the edge with the first. If you want, you can put the fabric with some mm overlap.
10.Press the splice gently with the rounded part of the weave tool. Here you need to be easy on your hand.
1.With an inner corner, let the fabric cross over to the next wall by a couple of centimeters. Press the fabric in the corner.
2.Low the wall. Put the first edge of the wet edge into the corner. If the wall is inclined, you may accept a certain shift.
3.With an outer corner, use the weave tool's rounded part. Roll over the corner with no excessive pressure.
4.With electrical outlets and power switches, brush the glue around. Make sure that you do not get any glue in the socket.
5. Then set up the wet as usual. Push the fabric firmly around the socket and cut a cross over the opening. Let it dry.
1.Replace when the fabric has dried completely. The risk is otherwise that the soft fabric is frank. Cut cleanly around electrical outlets, doors and windows, as well as floors and ceilings.
2.If you use a combined adhesive and primer, make sure to fix a further layer and allow it to dry.
3.Innan If you assemble back protective covers and moldings, paint the glass fiber fabric. Use plastic paint and calculate two strokes for best results.
Now you can choose a painted glass fiber surface in the bathroom instead of tile or wet space. However, it is important that you carefully observe the regulations that apply to surface treatment in wet areas. First of all, you must usually put a moisture barrier on the dry surface. You must also use wet room mucus when setting up and the glass fiber fabric should have small fine holes. You can not choose, for example, a patterned fabric in the bathroom.
When painting the fabric, use a bed and coat that is designed for wet rooms. If you do not comply with the requirements of the National Testing Station for wet wall coverings, which imply high surface fatigue, house insurance will not apply to any moisture damage.
When weaving the ceiling, the same instructions apply. as when you clothe the walls. If you have plasterboard in the ceiling, it is important to re-flatten all the joints between the plates. If you jump over the spackling you get an uneven and ugly roof.
If you stick with the stick when you put the fabric in the ceiling, you notice it almost immediately. After all, the wet drops as you stop processing it with the weaving tool. You can say, "If you're stiff with the paste, the wet chases you over the room." In addition to tools, materials and ladders, you need a few extra arms. Therefore, look at - before you start work that you have someone who can help you.
Fiberglass fabric no longer looks the same. There is woven fabric with thin threads and with coarser. You can choose a fabric where the threads go on the diagonal or a woven blend with thick and thin spun thread.
If you want a "true" pattern, you can choose between different patterns, zick-zack or fish legs. Given the rich selection of colors available on the market, you can generally get any character on the walls you want. Just let the imagination flow!
You can use a wallpaper tool for wet rooms for the fiberglass fabric. Just think about using more force when you rub the fabric.