Instead of wallpapering, you can now simply stick wallpaper to the wall. The self-adhesive wallpapers can be applied mostly on painted walls or on fine vinyl or paper wallpaper. To do this, the wall must be dry, clean and intact. It is best to test the product on a small area beforehand. This is because the self-adhesive wallpaper is applied in such a way that a 10 cm strip is first detached from the base material and the wallpaper is pressed against the wall. The wallpaper is then pressed against the wall at the same time as the backing material is removed. If the wallpaper is to be repositioned, the wallpaper can be carefully detached and reapplied and when everything is in place, the wallpaper should be pressed down completely and the air bubbles removed.