Hi Steve, Agree with the shop, i always paste wall as well as paper. Normal wallpaper always needs the paste on the paper as it needs time to expand.
This is the quickest, cleanest and easiest way to wallpaper as unlike conventional wallpaper you can paste the wall rather than the paper, meaning no soak time and no pasting table, cutting decorating time in half. Account Login Register.
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Pasting the wall means you are having to paste neatly up to the last one you put up as the paste on the wall is drying. Lambchop thats not a bad idea.
With overhangs, this means that when the excess wallpaper is cut off, it has to be discarded. And I use dilute paste to size the walls first.
General 228 News 232 Advice 241 Products 230. As astramax said, size the walls first and allow to fully dry. No soaking time allowed can cause havoc,even with the priciest of papers, using this particular process.
Hi,fellow Craftsmen. And the Coral.... This will leave a visible crease on the front and back of the wallpaper, cut along this crease and brush back into place for a perfect finish.
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I'll also leave my posts up to remind me how dumb I have been tonight... Lap paste is fine. Bod1 , Mar 1, 2011.
But that's probably unlikely. Thanks for the replies; local decorating shop recommends ready mixed paste and paste the walls but paste the paper too 'just to be sure' - thats what most do apparently.