Tips &Trick, Wallpapers

Wall Preparation & Hanging Instruction

Wall Preparation

Walls should be smooth, dust-free and dry before applying the paste.

Walls with high PH acid, newly plastered, powdery, moisture, water leakage, cracks, uneven, poor
undercoat are not recommended for wallpapering.

We recommend using lining paper if the surface is not even.


Recommended Wall Sealer

Nippon Paint Acrylic 5170 Wall Sealer

Acrylic 5170 Wall Sealer is a solvent-based wall sealer that is specially formulated for chalky and powdery walls. It prevents watermark appearance and protects the finishing coats from alkalinity and efflorescence. Best for interior and exterior walls, brickwork, plaster and asbestos-free substrates.

Nippon Paint 5400 Wall Sealer

5400 Wall Sealer is water-based wall sealer that is the multi-area sealer that protects your exterior and interior walls before applying the finishing coat, ensuring the longevity of the finishing coat.

Recommended Water Based Paint

Dulux Maxilite Plus

Maxilite Plus Emulsion Paint is an economical emulsion with a smooth matt finish. Suitable for all interior masonry surface including brickwork, plaster, cement, asbestos and soft wall boards. Maxilite Plus delivers absolute coverage with quality finishing. It is recommended choice for housing schemes where economy is important.

Nippon Perfect White Interior Paint

Perfect White is a vinyl acrylic copolymer emulsion paint with non-added lead and mercury paint, gives a very smooth classical matt finishing for internal walls. It is specially formulated with Low VOC for interior walls and ceiling. This high-quality paint is quick drying, good in hiding power, extremely white, easy to apply and durable.

Recommended Moisture Tester Device

HTD 2000



Adhesive should apply evenly on the backing of paper.
Adhesive must not come into contact with the surface of the paper at any time.
Use clean sponge or dry cloth to remove any excess of adhesive during installation.
Use a high-quality wallpaper adhesive.

Bartoline Heavy

Allow soaking time.
Apply the first drop in vertical way at the focal point on site.
Continue to hang 3 drops and check for result.
Wastage applies to pattern with pattern repeat.
Use spatula or wallpaper brush to remove bubbles and to ensure a perfect contact with the wall
surface. Trim using a sharp blade and metal ruler.

To properly remove the existing wallpaper, follow these steps :

Start by uninstalling the wallpaper and cleaning the wall with water to remove the adhesive layer.

To expedite the wallpaper removal process, utilize a wallpaper stripper, preferably a 1-litre
or 500 ml bottle, to effectively dissolve adhesive.
Allow the wall to dry thoroughly.

If needed, apply a sealer or primer coat. Allow 2-3 days for the coat to dry completely.

The wall is now prepared for the installation of new wallpaper.

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