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Manual paper photomurals

 

This tutorial shows you step-by-step how easy it is to apply photomurals to walls. The instructions provide useful tips and tricks and make wallpapering simple and easy to understand. Follow the individual steps in your own home:

Manual Photomurals

1. Preparing the surface
The wall surface should be clean, smooth and free of grease.

2. Paste
Wallpaper paste is enclosed in the photomural tube. Use this as demonstrated in the tutorial. You can also use any other commercially available wallpaper paste. Important: Allow all the sheets to absorb the wallpaper paste for exactly 3 minutes, and do not place the pasted sheets on top of each other.

3. Draw lines to help you align the wallpaper
Not all walls are completely angular, so hang the photomurals from the middle of the wall and work outwards. Use a spirit level, plumb bob and pencil to draw a horizontal and vertical line. Start with sheet 4.

4. Paste the sheets
Carefully apply paste to the paper with even strokes. Don't forget to paste the edges.

5. Hanging the wallpaper
Position the sheets next to the lines and smooth out from the top downwards. Smooth out any air bubbles from the middle to the edges of the sheets. Then position the lower sheets in the order 6, 2, 8 and the top sheets in the order 3, 5, 1 and 7. Overlap the sheets by 2-3 mm.

6. Drying
Photomurals should be allowed to dry slowly. Make sure the room temperature is approx. 18-20°C and avoid drafts (keep windows closed, heat moderately in the winter).

7. Trim surplus edges
Carefully cut off any surplus edges after drying with a razor knife.

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Manual non-woven photomurals (offset)

This tutorial shows you step-by-step how easy it is to apply photomurals to walls. The instructions provide useful tips and tricks and make wallpapering simple and easy to understand. Follow the individual steps in your own home:

Manual Photomurals non-woven

  1. All surfaces should be smooth, dry, stainless and free from dust and grease.

  2. Lay out the wallpaper before hanging and check for any defects as we do not offer compensation once mural has been applied.

  3. To mark the position of the first panel, draw vertical lines on the wall, using a pencil, a level and a plumbline.

  4. Apply the glue evenly and directly to the wall surface.

  5. Press each panel with a soft brush or roller, or a dry cloth onto the wall. Work from top to bottom and from centre to the edges. As many walls are not perfectly perpendicular, we recommend starting with sheet 4.
    The drying period must be quite long, as drying too quickly will cause separation of the edges and cracking of the mural could occur. The work should therefore be done at a room temperature of approx. 20°C. In winter the room must be moderately heated. Keep the windows closed to avoid any draft.

  6. Hang the wallcovering without overlap or soaking time. Use commercial glue for non-woven wallcoverings.

  7. Finally trim any excess carefully. Remove excess paste from the wallpaper with a moist foam immediately.

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Instructions for digitally printed photomurals

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  1.  All surfaces should be smooth, dry, stainless and free from dust and grease.

  2. Lay out the wallpaper before hanging and check for any defects as we do not offer compensation once mural has been applied.

  3. To mark the position of the first panel, draw vertical lines on the wall, using a pencil, a level and a plumbline.

  4. Apply the glue evenly and directly to the wall surface. Use commercial glue for non-woven wallcoverings.

  5. Hang the wallcovering without overlap or soaking time. Press each panel with a soft brush or roller, or a dry cloth onto the wall. Work from top to bottom and from centre to the edges.
    The drying period must be quite long, as drying too quickly will cause separation of the edges and cracking of the mural could occur. The work should therefore be done at a room temperature of approx. 20°C. In winter the room must be moderately heated. Keep the windows closed to avoid any draft.

  6. Finally trim any excess carefully. Remove excess paste from the wallpaper with a moist foam immediately.

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How to apply wall tattoos

You can achieve the best results on smooth surfaces such as doors, tiles, mirrors, walls, etc.

If walls or wallpapers have a rough structure or if the surface is sensitive, test a hidden area first. Komar.de assumes no liability for damage that occurs on unsuitable surfaces.

The surface must be clean, smooth and free of grease. You may need to clean the surface first. Carefully remove the sticker from the backing material. Place it in the desired position and press the sticker to the surface. Smooth over with a dry cloth for perfect adhesion.

Note: Decorative stickers should not be applied to freshly painted surfaces.

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How to apply window stickers

Preparation:

Clean glass surface with a damp cloth.

Application:

Position the window sticker on the glass surface and smooth out bubbles to the edges.