Peel and Stick installation
- √Plastic smoother tool
- √Craft knife
Step 1: Lay Out Your Wallpaper Mural
Using a utility knife, cut along the dotted lines on the roll of wallpaper to separate each panel. Be aware that the other panels on the roll will be upside down. Starting with panel 1, identify each panel and place it on the floor in the corresponding order. The panel number should be aligned with the top left corner of each panel to ensure that the wallpaper mural is positioned correctly. From left to right, each panel is numbered sequentially.
Please note: Wallpaper murals can be rolled together if ordered in multiples. The image should be checked before installation, so make sure you do. Any errors or discrepancies found in the print should be reported to our customer service team as soon as possible.
Step 2: Hang The First Panel
Remove the first panel's back paper. Start hanging at the top and working your way down, aligning the first panel with the pencil line. Blot away any air bubbles or ripples with a plastic smoothing tool or a soft sponge. Allow the wallpaper to fall naturally and prevent scuffing or damaging the printed surface by working from the top down.
Step 3: Butt up The Second Panel
Draw a pencil line across the top of the first panel and begin hanging from there. To remove air bubbles and ripples, use a soft sponge or a plastic smoothing tool. Be careful to prevent scuffing or damaging the printed surface as you work from the top down.
Step 4: Repeat Until Finish
Repeat Step 2 and 3 until you finish hanging all the panels.
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