Wallpaper glue, preferably water based and transparent
Rollers and tray
Sponge or soft cloth, to remove excess of glue
Craft knife to cut extra edges
Check your Wall
Before you begin, make sure your wall is smooth, clean and dry. "If your wall has some texture, the.wallpaper won't stick".
Open your box and layout your panels on the floor to visualize your decor.
Apply Glue on the Wall
Put your glue on a tray or leave it in its bucket and take it with your roller. Then apply the glue directly onto the wall, making sure to cover the whole surface. Be careful to not miss an area because this will cause air bubbles on your mural.
We recommend you to apply the glue to in an area equal to 1 panel and a half, so it will make it easier for you to install the second panel and make the seam invisible.
Installation of the First Panel
Start the installation from the left to the right. The panels are numbered in order to be installed from left to right.
After placing your first panel and making sure it is totally straight, you can cut the top and bottom part.
Mural Installation and Finishes
After installing the first panel, overlap the following panel according to the pattern match. Then you can proceed to double cut of the extra paper.
If an excess of glue come out of the seam, use a wet sponge or soft cloth to remove it right away. Start installing your panels from the ceiling to the floor, using a brush or spatula to paste the panel to the wall.
Once your wall mural is entirely hung, take the craft knife and cut off the extra edges at the top and the bottom of your panels. Always make sure your blade is sharp to avoid ripping the paper. Let the mural dry for 24 hours.