Sloth removable wallpaper
The Sloth removable wallpaper comes in 3 very lethargic designs, perfect for a bedroom, or fun living or office space. A Landlord friendly, fabric wallpaper with an adhesive on the back for a simple peel-and-stick application for walls.
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Sloth removable wallpaper details
The Sloth removable wallpaper range would suit any bedroom, fun living space or office!
- Contents: One panel of removable wallpaper is 65cm wide by the height you select above. Enter your wall width into the Wallpaper Calculator below to work out how many units you need to order.
- Colours: Available in 3 designs
- Design ideas: Perfect for a feature wallpapered wall, or see some cool projects with wallpaper here.
- Application: Our removable wallpaper is quick and easy to install by anyone. Sticks to flat or textured walls or surfaces.
How to apply Sloth wallpaper
The removable Sloth wallpaper will stick to a range of internal surfaces. It will suit all painted flat surfaces and textured surfaces, like rendered and brick walls. It will apply to glass and mirrors. You will be asked your wall type at Checkout. Full instructions on application are included with your product. You do not need any special skills to apply our wallpaper. Application of our wallpaper will require your time. For more information, see “Removable wallpaper FAQs” tab below.
How much Sloth removable wallpaper to order
Wallpaper panels are 65cm wide by your chosen wall height. To work out how many panels you need to order, divide your wall width by 65cm and round this number up to the nearest whole number to work out how many units to order. We offer our panels in standard wall heights; 250cm high, 280cm high, 310cm high, or 350cm high. Choose the one that matches your wall height. The excess can be trimmed away easily.
When you buy wallpapers it is a little daunting, we get it. But please be assured that our removable wallpaper will be a lovely surprise.
Material: Our wallpaper is made of a fabric with a gum-like adhesive on the back. It is lightweight with a matte finish that looks just like traditional wallpaper.
Appearance: The finish of our removable wallpaper is matte with a very small weave.? The edges of each panel butt together for a seamless appearance.
Use: our removable wallpaper is intended for internal vertical services and is perfect as an alternative to traditional wallpaper as it can be updated and removed easily. Our product is perfect for renters and those wanting an instant update to any room or space.
All wall types: Our removable wallpaper product suits all wall types and most flat surfaces, and all types of wall paints. It will wrap around corners.
Movable: the product is movable so during application, if it is not in the right spot it can be peeled off and reapplied. In fact it can be moved over and over depending on how dust-free the surfaces are.
Removable: The adhesive is more like a gum that does not harden over time so it will peel off the wall without removing any paint or leaving any residue. We call it Landlord friendly because is will not damage wall surfaces.
Installation: Many our of customers are concerned they won't be able to put up the wallpaper themselves.? We assure you that anyone can put up our wallpaper.? You don't need any skills, just time, a step ladder and a sharp Stanley knife.?However we understand the needs of businesses, specifiers and busy people, so you can order the installation of your wallpaper from us here.
Storage: Keep the backing paper and the tube, and it can actually be stored and reapplied to another wall or at another time.
Cleaning: Our wallpaper is not 100% waterproof so we advise against washing it.
Read more about how to order it, installation and how to look after your removable wallpaper here.
Wallpaper Application Instructions (these will be included with your wallpaper)
Before you start...
- Newly painted walls need 4 weeks to outgas before application of wallpaper or murals.
- Avoid rubbing the product or exposing to solvents or water.
You'll need a step ladder, a sharp Stanley knife (snap for a new blade) and possibly a second pair of hands. Make sure your walls are clean and dust free, and wipe the skirting boards too. Remove any picture hooks, tacks or blue tack, and any switch plates. Make sure your hands are clean.
Notice on the back corner of the panels the numbering -you'll be putting up panel #1 on the left then applying them to the right. (For left-handers just start at the highest number and work from right to left.) Lay the first panel design-down on a clean, flat surface. Peel the top edge back 30cm or so, and the fold the backing paper back so it stays out of the way.
REMOVE THE BACKING PAPER FROM THE WALLPAPER OR MURAL PANELS
Now you're going to temporarily stick the panel to the wall so you can remove the backing paper safely. Stick it to the wall under the cornice (don't worry about placement yet) and stick it to the wall. Start pulling the backing paper down from behind (evenly across to avoid buckling), and stick the wallpaper to the wall as you go - just enough to keep it stuck. Prevent the sticky sides of the wallpaper from sticking together.
STICK THE WALLPAPER OR MURAL PANELS
Once the backing paper is removed from the top of the panel you can place it properly. Placing the first panel is the trickiest so take your time. From the step ladder, pull the entire sheet back off the wall to line it up under the cornice. Then let the panel fall naturally. If the side of the wall is not covered all the way to the corner, allow an extra centimetre across the corner - this can be trimmed off at the end. Pull it off again if you?re not happy, and reapply. Once you are happy with how it is placed, smooth it from the top in a down-and-out motion to ?sweep? out any air pockets.
DEALING WITH WRINKLES & BUBBLES
Large bubbles should just smooth out but if they get trapped or you get a crease, just peel back the panel to release them rather than rubbing the print.
MATCHING THE WALLPAPER ART DESIGN
For the next panel you need to repeat the above to get it safely on the wall and off the backing paper. For the best result, apply the panel temporarily 10cm below the first panel. Now step down and, at eye level, match up the design and butt the panels into each other (no overlapping is required). Line up the design up and down the join and stick it to the wall but only enough to hold the panel flat to the wall - you can smooth it completely to the wall once the entire join is matched.
TRIMMING THE WALLPAPER
Only once all the panels are adhered and aligned can you trim off the excess wallpaper. Run your sharp Stanley knife blade along the sides and bottom. Carefully trim around power points then replace the plates.
MOVING THE WALLPAPER PANELS
If you want to move the wallpaper to a different wall, you need to apply it to the backing paper while vertical to avoid debris getting on the sticky side. Stick a panel of the backing paper on the wall next to the panel you want to remove - stick at the top and bottom with masking tape or similar. Peel the panel of wallpaper off the wall and move it across and stick it onto the backing paper, getting it lined up as best as possible. It will help to have a second pair of hands to guide the bottom of the panel. Once stuck, roll up the panel and protect any exposed edges - wrap in bubble wrap.
We have a 100% happiness guarantee. This means that if goods are faulty, have been wrongly described, are different from a sample shown, or do not do what they are supposed to do, you can choose between a refund, exchange or credit. If you simply change your mind, we will exchange your design if you contact us within 30 days of receiving your order. Custom products that have no quality-related issues cannot be returned or refunded. Colours may vary on-screen to products received.
Due to our manufacturing process, products purchased at different times may not match in colour.