Wallpaper Paste For Perfect Wallpapering Results
Normal or special pastes are used for wallpapering paper wallpapers. As it does not contain any dispersion components, it prevents heavy stains forming on the wall. Due to its good processing properties, it is therefore particularly suitable and applicable for paper wallpaper.
For correct processing of paper wallpaper, the fitted wallpaper strips must always be pasted. The wall gluing technique cannot be used for paper wallpaper. A soaking time is essential and should be strictly adhered to. In addition, the paper wallpaper must be loosely fold on top of each other so that the paste does not evaporate and the strips can be stuck on properly. For best results, all windows should remain closed so that wallpaper and paste can dry on the wall.
For non-woven backing, special non-woven pastes (roll pastes) are used. These have the advantage that they can be applied to both the wallpaper and the wall. Therefore, the wall bonding technique is the appropriate choice, as the paste does not dry too quickly. In addition, the wallpaper can be stripped completely dry again if the substrate has been carefully prepared and the correct paste has been used. You can use a broad brush to apply the paste or alternatively a paste roller. Both variants are well suited. The advantage of roller paste is that it can be applied directly to the wall. With this technique, the wall is pasted evenly. Afterwards tailored strips of wallpaper are glued to the wall without soaking time and with butt joints. Non-woven wallpaper may be moved to the correct position, then gets pressed onto the wall with a wallpapering roller to ensure no air bubbles are enclosed.
Find printed instructions on how to mix the paste on the back of each pack.