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How to Paste wallpaper at the corners: Directions, gluing outer, inner Part, docking

Step-by-step directions to gluing inner corners

After completing, the principal problem can be irregular walls as well as the resulting folds on the background. It’s also necessary to take into account that if the walls are crooked, the joints of wallpaper canvases may diverge.

After gluing the last one in front of the interior corner of the cloth should measure the remaining space. It is measured from the edge of the glued cloth to the adjoining wall, so the resulting figure is added 10-15 millimeters. When the walls are very curved, then the further figure may be more.

Cut a strip equal to the resultant figure, taking into consideration the allowance. The surfaces have been treated with glue. Depending on the type of coating it may be exactly the wall or the surfaces.

The strip is then glued independently using the cut side to the wallsocket. The background should go on the opposite plane.

If the glued background is wrinkled, you will need to make several smallish cuts perpendicular to the springs.

Level or incline on the adjoining wall is a perpendicular line. The distance from the corner is equal to the width of the preceding cut strip, not adding developments.

The surfaces have been smeared with glue, and then the coating is glued into the wall using the flat side into the marked line. The cut side goes onto the adjoining wall.

Protruding corner should be pasted by analogy using an interior, but there are little gaps, which also need to be taken into account when working.

Measured the distance remaining out of the glued background to the adjacent wall. Add 20-25 millimeters to the figure.

A section is cut away, considering the additional 20-25 millimeters.

Prior to gluing, the surfaces are treated with adhesive.

The edge has to be glued to the background fixed on the walls, your own cut « extends » to the adjoining plane. If necessary, small cuts are created in the place of visiting another background, smoothed and pressed into the wall.

Draw a vertical strip onto the adjacent wall in a distance of only glued cut strip plus 6-10 millimeters.

After applying the glue, the strip is placed on the wall using its flat side into the line, moving over the border of this glued strip.

The joints are smeared with glue and ironed with a rollercoaster. Following that, the top layer is cut across the ruler and the two layers are combined together.