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Homadorns Home Print Self Adhesive PVC Wallpaper

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Are you looking for a special home decor wallpaper to decorate your room? Why not look at our Home Print Self Adhesive PVC Wallpaper?Now you have the opportunity to treat yourself to a room decorated just for you with this elegant print wal...
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Specifications:


  • Self adhesion wallpaper comes with drop of water pattern that looks more fashion
  • This print wallpaper is easy to hang and breathable, inhibits mold and mildew
  • Print wallpaper will allow you making adjustments to the porosity of the wall with the help of wallpaper
  • Moisture resistant character makes this print wallpaper a great decoration for high traffic areas
  • Unique design lets your favorite people get close to beloved characters in a fun and stylish way to add personality to a room
  • Durable enough that it can be scrubbed with the use of moderate pressure and a damp cotton cloth or sponge 
  • Material: PVC
  • Color: Blue
  • Thickness: 0.1mm
  • Size: 1000 x 45cm/393.7 x 17.7in(L x W)

Details:

Homadorns Home Print Self Adhesive PVC Wallpaper


  • Create your leisure and healthy life style with this eco-friendly self adhesive print wallpaper

Homadorns Home Print Self Adhesive PVC Wallpaper

Homadorns Home Print Self Adhesive PVC Wallpaper


  • Cute water-drop pattern PVC wallpaper will bring a lot of charm and fun to your life

Homadorns Home Print Self Adhesive PVC Wallpaper


Homadorns Home Print Self Adhesive PVC Wallpaper


  • Print wallpaper is easy to be rolled and stick, and great for your bedroom, bath and dressing room

Tips on Hanging Wall Paper:


  • Step One: Sand down rough surfaces prior to sticking. Clean large surfaces with mild soap and water
  • Step Two: Measure the surface to cover. Cut the film into right size, leaving 5cm extra overlap on all edges is better
  • Step Three: Peel off the backing paper evenly with one hand whilst smoothing the film to the surface. With your other hand, from the center to edges. For this it's better to use a soft cloth
  • Step Four: Creases and air bubbles can be removed by applying light pressure from the center to the edges. Pierce stubborn bubbles with a needle and squeeze the air out

How to Strip Wallpaper:

It is a common practice to paint over wallpaper instead of removing it first. If the paper is old and already beginning to peel, removing the paper first is the better option, even if it takes a little work. Removing the paper may reveal problems that aren't apparent, but allow for repair of the wall. Careful removal of the paper is important so to not damage the drywall by tearing the top layer away or gouging it. Once the paper is removed, the wall repaired and primed, it is ready to paint


  • Remove pictures, fixtures and wall plates from the wall. Place drop cloth on floor and over furnishings
  • Take an edge of the wallpaper that is already separated from the wall, and peel it away from the wall. This will help you evaluate what type of problems you may encounter. Remove as much paper as you can this way. Place old paper in a garbage bag
  • For paper that is left on the wall, spray a 2-by-2 foot section of the wall with DIF wallpaper stripper gel. Let it set for 15 to 20 minutes. Scrape off with a small putty knife. Use firm pressure against the wall, but under the paper. Make your movement smooth, and be careful not to gouge the wall. Use rubber gloves to protect your hands from the gel. Place paper and gel in a plastic grocery bag then into the garbage bag
  • When the paper separates from the backing, and the backing and the glue are left behind, a second or third spraying may have to be applied and removed. This is where a damp sponge is helpful. Run the sponge over the area and wait a few minutes. Some of the paper backing and glue will come off on the sponge, so rinse often. Use the putty knife to firmly but gentle remove the glue and backing
  • Rinse the area with a clean, damp sponge when you are done. Move on to another section on the wall until finished
  • Determine if there is wall damage to be repaired with spackling paste. If so, wait 24 hours for the wall to dry thoroughly. Spackle over any gouges, picture hanger holes or other imperfections. Smooth with a putty knife, and let the wall dry for 24 hours. Sand the spackled areas with medium sandpaper. Prime the wall. It is now ready to paint

How to Remove Wallpaper Glue:

Now that you've removed your old wallpaper, what do you do about that glue that's still on the wall? Find out how to remove wallpaper glue here -- your room will appreciate the extra care and attention when you paint it or rewallpaper it again


  • Removing wallpaper glue is easy. It's messy and time consuming, but it's easy to do. Only work on one small area, or wall, at a time
  • Cover the floor in the area that you'll be working with plastic or with old towels. You could even use both to provide the maximum protection for the floor that's beneath the area you'll be working in. Plan to have a few towels around that you can grab to clean up with if you accidentally spill water on the carpet or floor
  • First get a bucket and fill it with warm to hot water. The water will cool quickly, so make it as hot as your hands can stand, but don't burn yourself
  • Pour a tablespoon of liquid dish-washing detergent into the bucket. The soap from the detergent will really help loosen the glue that's adhered to the wall
  • Using a sponge, scrub and wash the walls just like you were doing the dishes
  • If the glue is really stuck to the wall, use a heavy duty scrub brush, something like the one pictured in this photograph, and scrub your walls. Also, make sure the water is still hot. As the water cools down, you'll need to fill it with fresh, hot water for the best results
  • After scrubbing your walls, empty the bucket of soapy water and refill it with fresh, clean water
  • Grab a clean washcloth or sponge and lightly wash your walls again. This washing job is much easier than the first because you're only removing the soapy water from the walls. If the water gets too soapy, dump it out and fill the bucket with fresh water again

Tips & Warnings:

Homadorns Home Print Self Adhesive PVC Wallpaper


  • Your walls will appreciate the extra work -- and the paint or wallpaper that you put on your walls will look much nicer (and last much longer) than if you didn't remove the wallpaper glue

Package Included:


  • 1 x Wallpaper