Tapeten Material

Our decorativ wallpaper motives are printed on fleece wallpaper DPX 465

This material with stable dimensions made of textile and cellulose tissue doesn’t expand when in contact with the moisture of the paste. Thus you won’t have ennoying soaking or waiting time. The fleece wallpaper is very tough and easy to process as you paste the wall and not the back of the wallpaper. Therefore the handling of the dry roll of wallpaper is by far more convenient than ordinary wallpaper.

In short:

No expanding due to the moist paste | no sliding while cutting | no shrinking while drying.

Further advantages of our fleece wallpaper:

  1. High tensile strength.
    Can be cut cleanly even when wet or double-cut with an edge trimmer.
  2. Steam-permeable according to DIN 52615.
  3. Flame resistant according to DIN 4102 B1
    corresponding to the European norm B
  4. Coatable with acrylic, emulsion or latex paints.
  5. Completely removable when dry.

Wallpaper handling instructions:

Before adding the new wallpaper make sure that the applicable surface is dry, sustainable, flat and clean. Even out and close possible rough surfaces, holes or uneven spots. For equal absorptivity and reinforcement purposes, you should treat the plaster surfaces with a water-based primer. For best results your walls need to be evenly absorptive and as light as possible in colour. A flawless decorating result can only be achieved on surfaces of uniform colour, therefore you should consider lining paper or use pigmented primer before adding the wallpaper.


How to apply the wallpaper:

Your wallpaper order will come with numbered rolls. Please make sure that you apply the rolls in the right order for a correct colour and pattern match. The paste required is Metylan direct for fleece wallpapers. You can either roll the paste directly onto your wall and apply the dry wallpaper directly onto the prepasted wall or do it the more complicated, normal way. Make sure to remove excess paste with a moist foam immediately. Excessively strong heating and draught during the drying process may cause openings at the edges.

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