Wallpapering instructions

Photo wallpaper standard and premium class

The wallpaper strips are numbered in the order in which they should be glued to the wall.

You need to start gluing from the left side, moving to the right. Wallpaper strips should fit snugly against each other, butt to butt.

Paint roller
Pressure roller
Clerical knife
Remove old paint or wallpaper
The wall needs to be cleaned of old wallpaper or paint. We recommend that you do not leave old wallpaper on the wall. If you're having trouble removing old wallpaper, try dampening it a bit with warm water.
Make sure the surface is smooth and clean
Putty can be applied to the wall cleaned from the old coating to smooth out the bumps. If the surface is porous, apply a primer before wallpapering. Porous surfaces include sanded walls, walls with old wallpaper, chipboard, etc. You should also prime the surface if it has bright colors that can show through the wallpaper.
Examine the photo wallpaper
Before gluing the wallpaper on the wall, make sure that all the strips are included, none of them are damaged or defective.
Make a markup for gluing the first strip
Even pasting of the first strip of wallpaper on the wall is very important. The first thing to do is mark the wall. Using a level, tape measure and pencil, draw a vertical line at a distance equal to the width of your wallpaper from the edge of the wall. The markings will serve as a guide when placing the first strip on the wall. Be careful that the line is not too bright, otherwise it may be visible from under the wallpaper.
Preparation of glue
Add the required amount of cold water to the bucket (see table). Slowly pour the glue bag into the water while stirring vigorously. When all the glue has been poured into the water, continue to stir the mass for one minute. Then let the glue stand for 10 minutes and mix vigorously again. The glue is ready to use.


1 package

Amount of water

1.7 l

Area (m²)

10 m²

Attention: if you bought glue from another manufacturer, follow the instructions on the package for preparation.

Apply the glue directly to the wall
Apply glue gradually, to the width of about one strip with a small allowance. Apply a new portion of glue only after you have finished gluing a strip of wallpaper. Use a roller or brush. It is important to cover the entire surface of the wall with glue, otherwise bubbles may form on the wallpaper.
Arrange the strips of wallpaper so that their edges fit snugly together, but do not intersect, press them firmly.
For best results, use a pressure roller. Carefully combine the pattern when gluing and make sure that the glue does not stain the front side of the photo wallpaper.

Note: Avoid creases in the wallpaper, as this can lead to cracks in the canvas.

Smooth the wallpaper over the entire surface
Gently smooth the strips with your hands or with a pressure roller, working from the center to the edge. All small bubbles and wrinkles will disappear as soon as the wallpaper dries. If spots of glue appear on the front surface of the wallpaper, carefully remove them with a damp cloth or sponge, without waiting for the glue to dry.

Attention: Do not rub the surface, remove the glue with light movements.

Trim excess wallpaper
After you have glued all the strips to the wall, cut off unnecessary fragments with a wallpaper trowel and a sharp clerical knife.
Wait 24 hours for the glue to dry completely to see the final result. All this time there should be no drafts in the room.
Sit back and enjoy your new-looking room!

Note: Vinyl wallpapers are less breathable than non-woven ones. Therefore, if you stick them on a dense surface that does not absorb moisture well, it may take longer to dry.