Many people think it's harder to wallpaper s with wallpaper that requires pattern matching. The truth is that it is not much harder and, according to many, much more fun. In addition, the risk of the wrecking of the wings is significantly less than when setting up a single-colored wallpaper. The tools and touches are the same and equip you with a little extra time and patience, you can certainly make the pattern fit galant. To get a perfect pattern fit, it's important that you first hang the first wet straight, and do not forget to include the pattern in the calculation when cutting to other dads.
Some patterns repeat on one Such a way that all corners can be cut evenly. Others, on the other hand, have a repeat that requires a certain shift to fit the pattern. Do you forget to add extra length for the pattern becomes wet too short. When wallpapering with a long striped wallpaper, you should be observant if you cut something in the length, for example at a corner. Color or thickness of the rim should be adjusted to fit the edge of the following wet as well as possible.
Some patterns are quite messy, but give a clear picture when the wallpaper is on the wall. In such a wallpaper, it may be difficult at first to see where the pattern fitting should be. Open a pair of wallpaper rolls and put the wallpaper on the floor. Take a few steps back and look at the pattern. You often find a detail in the pattern on which you can hang up the entire customization.
You might think that a straight-sided wallpaper should be the easiest pattern to fit because the pattern is easy to see. But it's just the clarity of the pattern that can reveal if you've been careful or not. An "interruption on the line" appears very clear. If you are going to put a patterned wallpaper for the first time, you may be looking for a "light" pattern. Do not look for a wallpaper that's just simple, but for one that you like and that suits the room you're going to do. Then the work will be fun and significantly easier to perform.
When buying wallpaper, always be sure to have the same manufacturing number on all rolls. This is essential because it can differ a great deal in the color shades between the pressures. It is important that you look properly when cutting to the wetlands. Rent or buy a wallet to work at. Make sure you stand by the daylight so you do not shade the work surface.
Hammers with claw (1) Bucket (2) Sponge (3) Slip block (4) Screwdriver (9) Punching brush (12) Punching brush (13) Knife blade knife (14) Pipe pin (15)
Wallpaper, Sandpack Color, Fiberglass Strips, Wallpaper, Eclipse, Slippers, Trays, Protective Plastic or Paper, Sponges.
Planning to Wallpaper
2. Take home pieces of samples on different wallpapers and decide what style you want.
3. Calculate how many wallpaper rolls you need and order them from your retailer. Do not forget to include the pattern report in the calculation.
4. Find out if you can get your money back on leftovers.
5. Make sure you have all the tools you need.
6. Protect the floor and furniture in the room with protective plastic or paper.
The extent of the preliminary work depends entirely on the type of wall you are going to tap and if there are many abrasion and other damage to the substrate. If you want to put the wallpaper on new walls of any sheet material, you must fit all the nails securely.
After that, all the joints and nails should be spilled, ground, covered with glass fiber strips, re-sealed and sanded. If the substrate is porous, you should also iron the wall once with diluted wallpaper adhesive. The wall sucks too much of the paste at the set and the wetness can loosen. Painted walls should be washed with 10% soda solution and then rinse clean water with several rounds. Cracks and other damage to the wall should be spilled. When the flap has dried, grind the surface evenly with flip-flops.
If the wall is painted with a shiny paint, finish finishing the surface with a slip paper, otherwise there is a risk that the glue will not fit properly. Before you start the wallpaper it is important to vacuum all the dust from walls and floors. Finally, unscrew the protective covers to all power outlets and power switches. Just do not forget to break the power first!
Facelift - floor to ceiling
Removing the floor tiles when painting is easiest to paint when they are loose. Then you get tight, you do not have to put protective tape and best of all - you can have a comfortable work position. The lining around doors and windows should also be painted before wallpapers. Just make sure the color is completely dry when cutting to the first wet.
When the wallpaper is an old wallpaper
2. Certain plastic and vinyl tapes can be loosened. Grab a tab of the wallpaper and peel off the surface.
3.Lip down all wallpaper shavings and other bumps with slippers. Be very careful.
4. For a good result, flush the sanded surfaces.
1.Wrap the width of the wet and mark the mat at a window where the first wet should be placed.
3. Measure how long the waves should be. Do not forget to add approximately 5 cm at each end for edge cut.
4.Step straight pattern matching, cut the same, on the same pattern and on the same side of the wet.
5.With shifted pattern matching, cut the same pattern continuously. Go down on the wet.
6.Add the wall on the wallpaper with the backside up. Stretch the adhesive on one half.
7.Wrap the glued surface together loosely and carefully. Do not fold any hard creases on the wet!
8.Chick the other half of the wet in the same way. Let the paste last for 5-10 minutes. Also paste wet number two.
9.Wipe the upper part of the first wet and fasten it at the edge of the roof. Keep in mind that you have about 5 cm of cutter to the ceiling.
10.Place the wallpaper with the brush pressed with the brush to the edge of the ceiling. The line should run along the long side of the wet.
11.Please clean the wet by hand. Keep up with a wide steel stack and cut with a tight blade.
12. Now it's time for other wetlands. Do the same thing and set the edge to the edge with the first wet.
13.At a slanted tapewater you can usually correct. Gently lift in the bottom from the bottom, adjust and release it carefully.
14. Carefully work with the wallpaper brush. Squeeze all air between the wallpaper and the substrate. Work from the middle and outwards.
With shifted pattern fitting, you can cut the wallpaper alternately from the right or right. left side. If you do not do this, the father will not agree, ie tapewater # 1 and 3 are similarly cut like Wet No. 2 and 4.
Symbols on the wallpaper roll label
When viewing patterned wallpaper, you will often find one of these symbols on the label of the wallpaper roll.
The wallpaper has straight pattern matching. All the wings are cut in the same way.
The wallpaper has a shifted pattern fit.
Outside and inner corner
1.Make and cut to the wall so that only a few cm pass onto the next wall. Otherwise, it often goes crazy.
2.Remove the new wall. Put the wallpaper-wrap into the corner so that it overlaps the previous wet.
To make the joints look as small as possible, you should wallpaper the room in a special, special order. Start at the window and go to the right. If the room has more walls with windows, select the wall that has the largest light emitted. Wallpaper sera from the window and down to the foundation wall. Then start over at the left side of the window and drop down to the wallet again. You should therefore finish the wallpaper with the wallet.
Power switch - wall outlet
2.Use the scissors and cut the clips around the socket. Carefully work, the wallpaper is brittle when it is soaked with wallpaper clips.
1. Even in front of the door and window openings you put a lot of wetness. Stretch the wet, let it fall over the opening.
2.Use the scissor knob and push down the wallpaper around the door or window liner. Work with a firm hand.
4.Low the wallpaper to dry slightly before cutting clean around the door or window. Use a really straight razor blade.
Worth knowing about wallpaper
Almost all wallpaper should now be bordered. Information on procedures is available on the wallpaper rolls. To avoid the risk of slipping between the dads, many craftsmen choose to overlap by a few millimeters.
This millimeter overlap may affect the pattern fitting slightly, but the slight advancement is better than slipping. The latter are considerably more eye-catching. However, you should never overlap vinyl tablets. The result will be easily clumsy and they will be badly attached.
Now you only have a few things left before you can open the "new" room. Save a few, unlabeled wallpaper residues if you do not get a whole roll over. The pieces can be handy if you need to fix the wallpaper in the future.
Wipe the protective covers to all connectors and sockets to make them fresh. Make sure the covers are completely dry before screwing them again. The lists can either be nailed or screwed. If you are changeable when it comes to floor coverings and wallpaper, screws are preferred. Then you do not "struggle" the artwork as fast and it is easier to reassemble them again.