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Installation of non-woven wallpaper

Prepare yourself
  • Glue on the wallpaper
  • 1 liter of cold water
  • A container for making an adhesive
  • Pencil and paper tape
  • Sax
  • Measuring tools (ruler, measuring tape)
  • Vaterpas
  • Brush for glue
  • Brush and roll to the wallpaper
  • Hobby knife
  • A soft sponge or cloth

Before you begin
  • Prepare the selected wall.
  • The wall surface must be clean, dry and free of grease (best results are obtained on a wall covered with a white primer).
  • Non-woven wallpaper evens out small bumps, but if the bumps are deep, they must be filled in before wallpapering.
  • If the wall is in contrasting colors, it is recommended to paint them with a light color.
  • Remove remnants of previous wallpaper from the wall surface before application.
  • Cut the wallpaper roll along the dotted line.
  • Fold out the webs in the correct order and check the pattern for any errors and if the edges fit together.
  • If you notice a problem, please contact us to replace the roller.
  • Prepare the glue.

When using Bimago wallpaper glue:
  • Mix a bag (50 g) with 1 liter of cold water and then wait for 15 minutes.
  • After 15 minutes, stir the glue again. Now you can start the program.

Important information
  • Due to glue drying, we do not recommend wallpapering in areas with very low humidity and air temperature lower than 10 °
  • Optimal room temperature during wallpapering and drying is between 18 - 21 °
  • Do not try to "help" the wallpaper's natural drying process. Do not use a device that can speed it up.
  • If possible, avoid intensive heating, especially if a wallpaper is mounted near the heating unit.

  • Use a spirit level and a ruler on the selected area of the wall to mark straight vertical lines every 50 cm when attaching wallpaper paths.
  • If there is a window on the selected wall, start near it and then go towards the wall.
  • Apply the prepared glue to the surface of the wall where the first web of a wallpaper is to be placed (The glue should preferably be slightly wider than the width of a web).
  • Apply a thin and even layer of glue with a brush. Make sure that the adhesive layer is not too thick. - Do not apply glue to the wallpaper.
  • Take the first course in a wallpaper. Make sure where the top is and that you start from the right scroll.
  • Roll it up from the bottom (with the pattern inside) or fold it carefully to avoid getting the surface of the wallpaper dirty.
  • Place the top of the web on the glued wall and at the correct height.
  • Then carefully extend the path and secure it along its entire length
  • Check if the first lane is exactly along the specified lines. If not, gently slide the track to the correct position.
  • Use a brush to gently smooth the surface of the wallpaper, removing inequalities and air bubbles.
  • Move the brush around by moving from the center of a path to the side, starting from the top surface.
  • Be careful - do not get the brush dirty from the glue.
  • Repeat these steps for the next lane of the wallpaper. Note that the edges of the pattern must be the same.
  • Excess glue can be removed with a soft, damp sponge or cloth.
  • Be careful - never rub the surface with a dry sponge, as this can lead to the destruction of a wallpaper.
  • When you are done with the set-up and the grooves are smoothed with a brush, cut off all superfluous parts of a wallpaper with a hobby knife
  • Make sure the knife is clean and sharp. Using a dull tool knife can damage the wallpaper.

After mounting
  • Again, make sure that the wallpaper adheres to the wall over the entire surface and that the stripes were applied evenly and that the pattern has not been deformed.
  • The best evaluation can be performed from a distance of approx. 1-2 meters.
  • If you notice that the pattern is offset (shortly after mounting your wallpaper), you can gently move a strip on a wall to adjust it.
  • Use a paint roller to smooth the surface of a wallpaper again.
  • There may still be some small air bubbles left in the wallpaper that you cannot remove, but they should disappear within 1-3 days.
  • Remember to keep a temperature above 10 ° C and a constant supply of air to the room.
  • Do not try to "help" a wallpaper's natural drying process. Do not use a device that can speed it up.
  • If possible, avoid intensive heating, especially if a wallpaper is mounted near the heating unit.