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Benefits Of Kids Peel And Stick Wallpaper
There are a lot of decorating options homeowners can use for their child’s bedroom, but removable wallpaper comes with its own key benefits that homeowners will appreciate. It provides a unique look that children will enjoy. This material is also easy to clean, which every parent will appreciate. Not only that, but it is also cost-effective and easy to use.
The designs and murals that are available in our kid’s wallpaper section instantly give a room more personality. Children love decorating their rooms, and this option truly lets them stand out from the crowd. You can rest assured that no other child on the block will have the same room as your little one!
If there is one thing that children seem to be known for, it’s drawing on the walls. This can be a pain, but parents won’t have to worry about it with our low maintenance wallpaper. It is water-resistant, meaning that it is less likely to absorb stains than other wallpapers. Instead of having to paint over stains, wipe them with a damp rag. Peel and stick wallpaper options are significantly lower maintenance than other wall covering options.
Peel and stick wallpaper is one of the more affordable options on the market. It provides a unique look that instantly eliminates the need for decorative wall art. Instead of spending money on paint, tools to paint and paintings or posters, homeowners only have to spend money on peel and stick wall coverings. Our patterns instantly create a beautiful wall.
Homeowners that choose this option save money on future wall repairs as well. Removal does not require tools, so no one will risk chipping or denting the wall to remove the wallpaper. This wall covering also protects the wall underneath. It will be less likely to have peeling paint or minor chips in the wall when compared to painted walls. Walls that already have flaws can easily be covered with removable panels of wallpaper to make them look breathtakingly beautiful.
Easy Application And Removal
When most people think of wallpaper, they imagine painting the backside of pieces of wallpaper with glue and firmly pushing it into place. Then, while standing on a ladder, it is held in place for thirty seconds to guarantee that it stays in place. This is one big hassle that homeowners don’t have to deal with when they select more modern options, like the peel and stick version.
The application is easier and less time consuming than alternative wall coverings. Homeowners need to properly prepare the wall by wiping it clean and allowing it to dry. Then, simply peel off the backing and stick the panels in place. They can be removed and re-stuck to the wall if the pattern is slightly off. To avoid this, do not overlap the panels during the application process.
To remove the panels, peel off one corner of them. Then, continue to slowly peel the wallpaper off the wall at a forty-five-degree angle. This will not damage the wall and does not require the use of tools or additional supplies.
Please take a moment to read through this guide before hanging, it will help ensure a successful installation of your chosen design. It is important that you understand the entire process before you start. If you are unsure of any of the steps, please get in touch with our customer service team who will be happy to help.
For optimal adhesion of your WALLFLORA peel and stick wallpaper, ensure the surface is smooth, clean, and dry. Remove any dirt, dust, grease, mildew, or ink stains to prevent adhesion issues. If dealing with heavily textured or damaged walls, consider using a heavy-duty wallpaper liner. We advise having two people for installation to ensure smooth application—so team up and enjoy the process!
- Clean the wall thoroughly with a microfiber cloth.
- Remove nails, screws, and fill in cracks.
- Switch off electricity and remove socket/switch covers.
- Sand rough areas smooth.
- Maintain room temperature at 68°F (20°C) during installation.
- Let wallpaper acclimate in room for 24 hours before applying.
- If walls are freshly painted, wait 4 weeks before applying wallpaper. If paint has washable coating, prime with PVA-based primer or regular emulsion paint and let dry before hanging.
Tools you will need
- Microfiber cloth
- Measuring tape
- Spirit level
- Exacto knife or paper knife
- Triangle ruler
- Plastic squeegee smoother with felt edge
- Unroll the wallpaper or mural and separate the panels. Arrange them in hanging order from left to right on the floor. For murals, use the numbers on the back of each panel, which are always positioned at the bottom to ensure correct orientation. Repeating patterns can be installed in any order.
- Once your wallpaper or mural is laid out, align the design to ensure the image or pattern matches before proceeding with installation.
Line up the first panel
Start from the left side of your wall. Use a tape measure and spirit level to mark where Panel 1 should be positioned. With a pencil create a vertical plumb line from floor to ceiling, then mark a horizontal line 19” from the wall with 1”-2” overhang on the left side of Panel 1. This ensures the first panel is hung straight, vital for successful installation.
Take time to ensure accuracy, as walls are never perfectly straight!
Install the first panel
- With your partner's assistance, peel about a third of the backing paper from the first panel. Align the top right edge with the marked plumb line, leaving a 2” overhang at the top to prevent gapping on uneven walls and ceilings.
- Once the first panel is straight, continue removing the lining paper slowly while working with the felt-tipped squeegee to apply pressure gradually from the middle, moving downward and outward. Avoid creasing the wallpaper by smoothing gently and evenly. Smoothing diagonally helps remove trapped air.
- If repositioning is necessary, gently remove and restick the panel until straight.
Butt up the panels
When hanging multiple panels, align the edges tightly together without overlapping!
- Peel about a third of the backing paper and, with assistance, visually match the design down the length of the wall. Once aligned, firmly press the panels together to conceal the seams without overlapping. Smooth out any air bubbles using the felt-tipped squeegee or a soft cloth.
- Proceed to remove the remaining backing paper and carefully smooth the wallpaper until fully installed.
Repeat until finished
- Repeat the previous steps for all panels until wallpaper is fully installed.
- Use a triangle ruler and sharp blade to trim excess from final drop and top/bottom of all drops.
- Firmly smooth wallpaper with felt-tipped squeegee to remove air pockets and ensure bonding to wall. Repeat this step one week after installation for optimal results.
Allow for drying at room temperature with adequate ventilation.