Step-by-step directions for gluing inner corners

After finishing, the most important problem can be uneven walls as well as the resulting folds on the background. It is also required to take into consideration that if the walls are crooked, the joints of wallpaper canvases might invisibly.

After gluing the previous one in front of the interior corner of the fabric must measure the remaining distance. It’s measured from the border of the pasted cloth to the adjacent wall, so the resulting figure is added 10-15 millimeters. If the walls are extremely curved, the further figure could be more.

Cut a strip equal to the resulting figure, taking into account the allowance. The surfaces have been treated with adhesive. Based on the sort of coat it may be only the wall or both surfaces.

The strip has been glued individually using the cut side into the wallsocket. The wallpaper should go on the other airplane.

If the glued background is sterile, then you need to make a few modest cuts perpendicular to the springs.

Level or incline on the adjoining wall is a vertical line. The distance in the corner is equal to the width of the previous cut strip, never including additions.

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

Protruding corner should be pasted by analogy using an interior, however there are small differences, which also have to be taken into account when working.

Measured the distance remaining from the glued wallpaper into the adjacent wall. Insert 20-25 millimeters to the got figure.

A segment is cut away, taking into account the added 20-25 millimeters.

Prior to gluing, the surfaces are treated with adhesive.

The edge must be glued into the background fixed on the walls, your own cut “extends” to the adjacent plane. If needed, small cuts are made in the area of visiting the other background, smoothed and pressed into the wallsocket.

Draw a vertical strip on the adjacent wall at a distance of only glued cut strip and 6-10 millimeters.

After applying the glue, the strip is put on the wall using its flat side to the marked line, moving over the edge of the glued strip.

The joints are smeared with adhesive and ironed with a rollercoaster. Following that, the upper layer is cut along the ruler and the 2 layers are joined together.