Wallpaper Marking

Wallpaper Marking
Wallpaper Marking
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Video: 3. Wallpapering - Understanding Symbols: Trade Professional's Guide to Wallpaper Decorating 2023, February
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In order for you to be able to orient yourself correctly when choosing wallpaper, we suggest you study the list of international symbols, armed with which you will feel like a professional in any store.

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1. Waterproof. Fresh wallpaper glue can be wiped off with a damp sponge.

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2. Washable. Can be wiped clean with a soft, damp cloth and mild detergent, while removing common dirt and dust (excluding grease or solvent stains) without damaging the surface.

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3. Super washable. It can be washed with a wet sponge or rag, adding a small amount of sound soap (a type of laundry soap containing a lot of fatty acids) to the water, without damaging the wallpaper. Grease and solvent stains cannot be removed.

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4. Wear-resistant. Wash with a wet sponge or soft brush using alkaline solutions. This removes dirt, dust and water-soluble stains. Fresh grease and solvent stains are partially removed.

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5. Relatively lightfast. Do not fade in the sun for a long time.

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6. Very lightfast. Does not fade even under direct sunlight.

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7. Completely removable. When renovating, this wallpaper can be removed from the wall without leaving any residue.

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8. Applying glue to the wall. The glue is applied not to the seamy side of the wallpaper, but to the wall.

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9. Self-adhesive. The glue has already been applied to the seamy side of the wallpaper, you just need to moisten it with water.

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10. Not completely removable. During renovation, the top layer of wallpaper is removed from the wall without moisture, while the bottom layer remains as waste paper.

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11. No alignment. When gluing, it is not necessary to take into account the pattern.

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12. Straight horizontal docking (alignment). The same pattern should be on the same level.

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13. Step alignment. When gluing each subsequent panel, the pattern is shifted by half the height of the pattern element.

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14. Displacement of the picture. The height of the pattern offset, the so-called rapport, is indicated in centimeters.

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15. Double layer. High quality two-layer embossed wallpaper.

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16. Special material. Must be used with appropriate materials.

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17. Adhered in the direction of the arrow. The arrow always points to the ceiling.

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18. Reversible gluing. Each subsequent panel is glued in the opposite direction, literally upside down.

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