InHome Portland Wood Peel & Stick Wallpaper - Set of 2
Why we love this
You can achieve an earthy and airy atmosphere in your home with this neutral design. Wood grain details and tonal shading emphasize its realistic look.
About this item
- Grey faux wood design
- Peel and stick to apply, pull up to remove
- Peel & stick wallpaper is safe for walls and leaves no sticky residue behind
- Easily repositionable while installing
- Do not apply to textured walls, only smooth clean, dry surface
Portland Wood Peel & Stick Wallpaper is safe for walls and leaves no sticky residue behind. Ideal for rental or home decorating. Portland Wood Peel & Stick Wallpaper should not be applied to textured walls, smooth clean, dry, painted surface only. Try Portland Wood Wallpaper on appliances, furniture and other smooth surfaces such as tiles, mirrors, windows and glass.
Easy to Clean and Safe
Easy cleaning with just a damp cloth, there's no need for chemicals or abrasives. In-home peel and stick wallpaper is printed on a premium peel and stick vinyl substrate and is VOC-, phthalate- and formaldehyde-free.
Step by Step Instructions
Step 1: Check all batches and pattern numbers match. Check all rolls are undamaged and free from misprints. Check all colors match roll to roll and edge to edge. Check you have sufficient rolls to complete the job, allowing for design repeat. Step 2: Gather your tools: tape measure, level, ruler or straight edge, utility knife & plastic smoother set, step stool or step ladder. Step 3: Prepare your walls: Let the product acclimate to the room it will be applied in for a minimum of 48 hours. Clean surface using warm water only. Allow at least 4 weeks for newly painted surfaces to fully cure. Test product in an inconspicuous location of the surface before applying to the desired location. The surface must be smooth, dry, clean & firm. Step 4: Hang your first strip: Draw a straight vertical line using your level, 20" from the left-hand side of your wall, unless hanging a feature wall, where you should start in the center to ensure symmetry, especially on large scale designs. This is a guide for your first length/strip, so it's important for it to be straight. Peel about 12" of the backing away. Apply the front sheet to the top of the wall, allowing a bit of excess to overlap the ceiling. align the right side of the length/strip to your mark & press to the smooth, clean, drywall. working from top to bottom, pull the backing away as you evenly press the paper to the wall. Use a plastic smoother to push out any air bubbles from the center outwards. Applying moderate pressure, use the smoother over the full surface area of the product to ensure firm adhesion to the wall. Trim along the top & bottom of the length/strip using a straight edge & sharp utility knife. It's important to use the smoother to ensure adhesion. Do not stretch the material. this can cause gaps between the seams over time. Step 5: Apply the remaining strips. Apply the next strip/length according to the instructions above, slightly overlapping & matching the pattern to the first strip/length. If you are having difficulty with an uneven corner, try cutting into the corner rather than wrapping it from one wall to the next. Slightly overlapping lengths/strips by approximately 1/32-inch is recommended. If the product is not slightly overlapped when it shrinks back, it will leave a gap. Step 6: Clean your in-home peel and stick wallpaper. In-home peel and stick wallpaper may be wiped with a slightly damp cloth. the excessive liquid may damage the product and is not recommended. Step 7: Remove or reposition your in-home peel and stick wallpaper. Slowly pull edge from top corner directly downward. Wallpaper adhesive is repositionable & always removable.