Cellulose paste reinforced with resin specially designed to hang ready-to-paint non-woven wallpaper and all other kinds of wallpaper
• Regular (standard, thick…)
• Vinyl (flat or expanded)
• Special (ready-to-paint, heavy…)
• Plaster boards
• Plaster blocks
• Concrete or cement render
240 g for 6-7 rolls.
240 g cardboard box.
For 4.8 litres of cold water (for one 240 g cardboard box) into a clean container.
Stir to make a swirl and pour the content of the box into the water, stirring for approximately two minutes.
Allow to rest for 15-20 minutes and stir again thoroughly.
The paste is ready to use.
The substrate must be sound, free of dust, dry and normally absorbent. Remove any old wall covering. Treat absorbent backgrounds with a pre-gluing solution (240 g of powder in 9-10 litres of water) or with an undercoat.
Apply an even layer of paste onto the back of the paper strip (or onto the substrate if using readyto-paint non-woven wallpaper).
Fold back the paper strip and allow to soak according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Mount the paper strip to the wall and brush, first from bottom to top, and then from the centre toward the edges.
Instantly remove any excess paste seeping out from the joints with a damp sponge.
Using a Stanley knife, cut off excess paper at the ceiling and floor ends of the strip.
Wallpaper must be laid in compliance with regulation DTU 59-4.
Store in a dry place.