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uniQstiQ - Best practices for installing uniQstiQ Peel-and-Stick wallpaper

Peel-and-Stick Wallpaper Install

Peel-and-stick wallpaper is incredibly easy to install, making it a hassle-free choice for your home decor needs. Its convenient, all-in-one package means there's no need for professional help or complex tools. Plus, the easy removability ensures a fuss-free change of design without damaging your wall.

Experience the long-term adhesion and lasting beauty of uniQstiQ wallpapers, designed to stay vibrant and fresh without fading or peeling.

To ensure a successful installation, follow these best practices:

  1. Prepare a clean workspace: Ensure the area is free of animal hair, concrete dust, and debris. Lay out panels on the floor and let them sit for a few hours to flatten. Make sure the room temperature is around 72°F.

  2. Inspect the installation wall: The wall must be clean, free of fresh paint, and not highly textured. Wallpaper may fail if applied to freshly painted or textured walls.

    • For slightly textured walls, warm the wallpaper with a hairdryer and re-smooth all parts into the wall.
    • For highly textured walls, sand or mud your wall flat, then paint and seal before applying wallpaper.
    • Allow freshly painted walls to cure for a minimum of 8 weeks before applying wallpaper.

Recommended Tools:

  • Powder-free gloves: Prevent visible fingerprints on darker wallpaper.
  • Wallpaper smoother with felt: Rub out air bubbles during installation. Alternatively, use a small towel and a credit card for corners.
  • Sharp cutting tool: Use a fresh x-acto knife, box cutter blade, or double-sided shaving razor cut in half for clean post-installation cuts.

With uniQstiQ's peel-and-stick wallpaper, transform your living space into a beautiful, personalized haven with ease.

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