You will need
  • - putty;
  • - primer;
  • - Wallpaper glue;
  • - spatula;
  • - platens;
  • - scissors;
  • construction knife.
Remove from the walls of the old coating. To Wallpaper was shot easier, soak them with water and wait a bit. Inspect the surface for any bumps and cracks. If there are bumps, it will clean off them with a trowel or a rough brush, and paper over the cracks with cement. Remove all nails and metal objects from the wall, otherwise they may rust and leave a mark on the Wallpaper.
Using a roller, apply wall primer and allow it to dry. Buy special primer for heavy Wallpaper, such as acrylic. It's a little more expensive than usual, but good line the walls, protect them from moisture and will not peel off the Wallpaper. If such a primer could not buy, cover the wall Wallpaper paste, diluted with water.
Cut Wallpaper pieces of the desired size, leaving a seam allowance of about 10 cm. Put them in one pile face up. Do not bend the leaves, as traces of the bend will be very visible. Textile Wallpaper is easier to cut with large scissors.
Start wrapping the walls. If you bought the paper, apply glue on them and on the wall. When working with non-woven Wallpaper wall is smeared only. If the package with the Wallpaper there is no information about what they need glue, buy glue for heavy Wallpaper.
Stick to the wall a piece of the Wallpaper, pressing it with rubber cushion from the top down. Do not do lateral movements, or adhesive extending from the edges, stain the surface. The next piece is stick right next to the first. Ensure that the pattern on the sheets match.
After the whole room will be plastered and the Wallpaper has dried you can cut all the unnecessary region. To do this, use a sharp construction knife.