The mural patterns are designed so that you can trim them without damaging the main image.
1. Preparation of wall surface
A door or wall should be prepared as for wallpaper.
i.e. Remove existing wallpaper or paint
Wash the surface with water and dry it
Remove irregularities and sand smooth
2. Preparation of adhesive.
The paste is provided in a packet inside the tube.
Dissolve in the ratio 20g of paste in 0.5 litres of water
Stir until homogeneous
Leave for approx. 30 minutes.
Stir again before application.
The paste is now ready
3. Installing the Wall Mural
Lay the pieces of the mural out on the floor or a table to create the mural design and check that all the pieces are correct, then mark out the wall using pencil, tape measure and spirit level.
We recommend that you start the installation with the upper left hand corner piece. Carefully apply the paste on the back of Panel 1 paying special attention to the edges.
Leave the panel with the paste for 3-5 minutes to soak evenly.
Place the panel on the wall following the lines you have made on the wall. Smooth the paper out with a roller moving from the centre to the edges.
If your mural is comprised of several panels, hang panels 2-4 as described above. Install the panels next to each other avoiding overlapping.
Smooth out the installed panel from the top to the bottom, forcing out the air from the centre to the edges.
If a panel has been placed wrongly, quickly and gently remove it and replace accurately.
When the panels have been installed, wipe the paste from the face with a clean, damp cloth. When all the panels have dried out, the edges can be trimmed with a knife.
Wall murals dry out slowly. The drying process works best at 20 degrees C with closed windows and in the absence of draughts.