Tools required will be;
Tape measurer level
Masking tape and watch to time the Panel Soak
And wallpaper paste, even though your wallpaper is pre-pasted its good to keep some around, especially for any stubborn corners
Make sure your wall is
Clean, our advise is to wash the walls the day before
Hasn’t been painted in the last 6 months
Get your prep area ready, this is the area where you will wet ur wallpaper or mix your wallpaper paste, have all your tools laid out so that its easily accessible and findable.
Choose a starting position
Lay out your panels to make sure it lines up and covers all the areas
Make provision on the panels that will be covering the plug and light switch panels by taping them up so that they don't get wet.
Spray your first three panels and wait several minutes, just as the video indicated - we recommend 5-10 minutes.
Don’t pre-spray all the panels instead spray the panels as you do them, i like to do 2 at a time each time so that it give the paste time to activate.
Apply First panel, use a squeegee to smooth out bumps and remember to use your spirit level to check everything is level.
Wipe the wallpaper with a sponge if there is any glue residue as it can discolour.
As you use a Panel, spray a new one to keep the supply endless and simply restart Steps 6 - 7 until completion.
Use a sharp razor knife to cut any excess pieces or along the borders, make sure to use your ruler/level to ensure they are straight lines.
For removing wallpaper, check out our how to remove wallpaper article