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Wallpapers and wallpaper paste go hand in hand. But some special wallpaper materials require specific glues or pastes. The surface, too, plays a significant role, especially as wallpaper isn't always necessarily applied to walls. The DIY movement is on the up and up and knows no creative limitations, and wallpapers can be used to beautify doors, glass, furniture surfaces, stairs, and much more, in an arty and individual manner.


If we were to ask the magic mirror from the fairytale "Snow White" for advice, our question would be this: "Mirror, mirror on the wall, what's the correct wallpaper paste on the wall.... and on any of the other possible surfaces, and what do we need to take into consideration when it come to the type of wallpaper"


In this article, you will find out everything there is to know about the correct wallpaper paste, at the right mixing ratio, for particular surfaces, and why the condition of the surfaces is so important.


You can buy wallpaper paste as a powder to mix or as a ready-made concoction in any DIY shop. The powder varieties come in paper packaging and should therefore be kept in a dry place. Wallpaper adhesive powder has to be mixed with water according to individual instructions and requires a specific time to soak in order to acquire its jelly-like consistency. All the necessary information regarding the ratio of water to powder and soaking times can be found on the packaging. Reputable manufacturers also offer liquid adhesive. This is usually a concentrated fluid which is also mixed with water, but its original consistency prevents lumps and generally makes for an easier mixing and soaking process.


Make sure you adhere to all instructions regarding mixing quantities and soaking times, follow them step by step, and remember to also check our tips in the wallpapering instructions named How to hang paper-based wallpaper/Mixing wallpaper adhesive.


Ready mixed wallpaper adhesive is usually sold in 16 kg buckets. Depending on the composition, ready mixed wallpaper adhesives can be used for paper, woodchip, vinyl, structured or non-woven varieties, but it can also be defined as dispersion adhesive.


The information label on your wallpaper roll will tell you which adhesive is required in terms of the type of wallpaper as well as characteristics like material, weight and adhesive requirements. For wallpapers that are impermeable to water vapour, like vinyl or metallic foil wallpapers, the adhesive has to contain dispersion or plastic dispersion glue. Alternatively, pure dispersion glue has to be used in order to achieve the necessary adhesion strength.


When it come to wallpaper adhesive, quality is key, so don't be a penny-pincher. High-quality types of adhesive consist of natural, non-toxic starch and methyl cellulose. Special additives, in particular synthetic resins, are added for increased durability and easier application. In high-quality adhesives, the proportion of methyl cellulose is equal to or higher to that of starch, which provides excellent adhesive strength.


Dispersion adhesive is also used as border glue for glueing borders on wallpapers (e.g. vinyl borders on vinyl wallpapers). Handy tubes are available for this purpose and for delicate wallpaper repair jobs.


Generally speaking, the commercially available adhesive types listed above are suitable for concrete, cement, gypsum/plaster and plasterboard. For all types, the surfaces need to be prepared thoroughly. You can find more about this topic in our instructions How to prepare the wallpapering surface.


As a general rule: It is less about the type of surface and more about its quality/consistency. Furthermore, material and water vapour permeability play an important role. The rule of thumb is: The surface needs to be dry, clean, even, stable, adhesive and absorbent. Here are a few tips and tricks for surfaces when it comes to creative options for wallpapering:


Untreated, dry and absorbent wood free of varnish, wax or resin is the best surface for wallpaper adhesive. Which glue or adhesive to use depends on the specific wallpaper material and its water vapour permeability (see information Re: types of adhesive). The adhesive should be spread thinly and evenly in order to prevent soaking the wood.


Wood veneer cannot be sanded or stripped as this would damage the surface. Nevertheless, when planning to use wallpaper to beautify these types of surfaces, they have to be pre-treated first. Here, the best method is to apply a primer. For rough, untreated surfaces like chipboard, OSB boards, panelling or plywood, primer is not necessarily required. If walls are panelled with these types of wood products, the wallpaper can tear at the edges after drying. In these cases, the edges should be filled and smoothed; alternatively, applying plasterboard also provides smooth and even surfaces.


Wood is a living material, which constantly changes. It absorbs moisture, which makes it expand. Once it dries, the wood contracts again. In order to prevent wooden elements from warping when adhesive is applied, we recommend wallpapering both sides (using the same wallpaper for both sides!). For instance: when treating cupboard or wardrobe doors, [PE1] don't just wallpaper the outside, but the inside, too.


Pasted wallpaper strips, too, expand first, only to then shrink again once dry. However, this is only true for paper-based wallpapers. In order to prevent this effect, inherently stable non-woven wallpapers should be used. It is important to ensure even drying, the room temperature should neither be too high nor too low, and the air humidity should also be moderate.


In our instructions on How to wallpaper bathrooms and the guide blog Wallpapers for Bathrooms and Kitchens, you will find detailed information regarding wallpapering tiled walls/surfaces and what you need to consider when it comes to preparing those types of surfaces. The type of adhesive required depends on the specific wallpaper and its water vapour permeability. Generally speaking, this will be adhesive with added dispersion glue. The same rules apply for ceramics, natural stone and clay.


Due to their smooth surface, plastic, glass and metal do not provide sufficient adhesion for the glue, and even primer cannot easily be applied. Special and/or dispersion adhesives are sometimes recommended for plastic and metal, but once wallpapered, surfaces of this kind are almost impossible to put back into their original state, and it is particularly tricky and elaborate to remove the special adhesives.


The cleanest option which leaves the least glue residue is double-sided (for glass: transparent) tape which is applied to the 4 edges of the surface to be wallpapered. For larger areas, another strip of sticky tape should be applied to the middle, too. The wallpaper strip is then pressed on from the top via the sides and the middle to the bottom, all the while checking for creases and air bubbles. In order to achieve this, the strip of wallpaper is constantly smoothed out. For glass doors or glass elements on furniture, it's always the inside that is being wallpapered.


Start by putting on your rubber gloves and using a damp sponge to rub the solution onto the first section of the wall. Let the cleaning solution sit for a few moments, then wipe off the glue residue with a rag. You can also use a putty knife or wallpaper scraper to gently scrape off any stubborn pieces. You may need to soak sections multiple times before the glue starts coming off. A scoring tool may come in handy for particularly tough jobs. Dispose of residue in trash bags.


Roman Products, LLC does not endorse the use of any product in an installation that does not meet a Class A fire rating or any applicable code. Testing by a certified laboratory should be conducted to verify that the installation meets a Class A fire rating and to guarantee compliance with all applicable codes. Specifically, if a Roman product is used to hang wallpaper over existing wallpaper, it is unlikely to meet these standards.


Wallpaper pastes have a typical shear thinning viscosity and a high wet adhesive tack.[citation needed] These properties are needed to slow down the penetration of the adhesive into the paper and wall, and give slow bonding speed which gives the wallpaper hanger time to line up the wallpaper correctly on the wall. The adhesive is usually sold in pouches or boxes as flakes that are mixed with water to produce the paste, it is also available ready mixed in tubs.


Pour 2.5 fl. oz (75ml) of SimpleStrip Power Solution into the pressure sprayer and fill with warm water. Spray the walls and allow the solution 5 minutes to work. Use the unique SimpleStrip skimmer to skim any paste residues off the wall.


Premium universal adhesive is clear and combines the best features of clays and clears. Can be diluted for use with lightweight and pre-pasted wallcoverings. It promotes strip ability of fabric-backed wallcoverings over new bare drywall. Applies easily with brush, roller or pasting machine. Maximum tack and Extended open time. No odor. For all weights of wallcoverings. Unsurpassed ease of cleanup. Spreads and flows easily. Recommended for pasting machine use. Up to 50% more coverage. Covers approx. 300 sq. Ft. Per gallon. Premium clear adhesive that combines the best features of clays and clears. Can be diluted for use with lightweight and pre-pasted wallcovering. Promotes strip ability of fabric-backed wallcoverings over new bare drywall.


Relativity Textiles manufactures hand screen printed wallpaper in the USA. We are inspired by the history of global textiles and want to make a lasting impact by giving back to organizations with a meaningful social reach.


I admit to hiring a great guy (a retired schoolteacher who has always painted and papered on the side) to remove the wallpaper in my house. He has great luck with fabric softener for removing wallpaper, and the bonus is how great it makes the house smell!


I can understand why you looked over the wallpaper too. The bones of this house look amazing! The windows in the kitchen alone are worth buying this baby for. Looking forward to your next post to see how it all turned out! 59ce067264






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