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How Are Wall Stickers Used On Flat Surfaces?

 

I saw at my friend’s apartment how wall stickers can transform any interior space providing instant and stylish decoration in a very simply and cheap way. They also seem very easy to use and my friend also told me that they can be removed whenever you want without causing any damage or leaving any residue behind to reuse them at a later time. With a little care and attention, it can be as easy as it seems to apply and reposition them, indeed.
For all these reasons, I would like to apply a nice wall sticker in my new kitchen, too. I am not sure if all kinds of stickers adhere to heavily textured surfaces such as the walls of my kitchen.
Mon, 25/02/2013 - 16:05

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It is true that wall stickers are a very nice and coloured idea for a kitchen. You can also personalise some decorative wall decals to meet your interior style. As they can be applied to most flat surfaces such as cupboards, doors and wardrobes I can tell you not to worry too much about textured surfaces. In any case, on each packaging you will also find the specific instructions before buying the best one you can afford.

Tue, 26/02/2013 - 08:05

I suggest you to read each description carefully so you can decide if the will sticker you choose is right for the kitchen walls of your house. In fact, consider all quality wall stickers come on sheets that should contain all the parts needed to assemble the final picture and specific instructions for the kind of wall. 

Thu, 28/02/2013 - 14:08

I simply suggest you to wipe the surface area where you intend to apply your wall sticker and leave it for drying for 30 minutes. The whole area should be free from any dirt or dust, indeed. In my opinion, you are worrying too much about texture. Cleaning is more important! Then, it is also true that your wall sticker can be removed without causing damage to the wall. Nevertheless, there have been a few rare cases when some paint flakes were also be removed due to the conditions of painted wall surfaces and a minor touch up is then required after removal. Another problem could arise if you have recently painted your walls. In this case, you should allow at least three weeks for your walls to dry fully before applying your wall stickers, otherwise you risk damaging your walls with the use of decals or have a problem when removing your stickers later.

Fri, 01/03/2013 - 13:25

Well... we can say that it depends on the texture as each one is different and test decal has to be used first just to assess the application. Sticking wall decals to rough, deep textured or porous walls, like Venetian plaster or sandstone, is indeed a bit more difficult to manager compared to flat surfaces such as mirrors, smooth metal, plastic and finished wood furniture.

Sun, 03/03/2013 - 21:14

It is true that wall stickers are a very nice and coloured idea for a kitchen. You can also personalise some decorative wall decals to meet your interior style. As they can be applied to most flat surfaces such as cupboards, doors and wardrobes I can tell you not to worry too much about textured surfaces. In any case, on each packaging you will also find the specific instructions before buying the best one you can afford.

Tue, 26/02/2013 - 08:05

I suggest you to read each description carefully so you can decide if the will sticker you choose is right for the kitchen walls of your house. In fact, consider all quality wall stickers come on sheets that should contain all the parts needed to assemble the final picture and specific instructions for the kind of wall. 

Thu, 28/02/2013 - 14:08

I simply suggest you to wipe the surface area where you intend to apply your wall sticker and leave it for drying for 30 minutes. The whole area should be free from any dirt or dust, indeed. In my opinion, you are worrying too much about texture. Cleaning is more important! Then, it is also true that your wall sticker can be removed without causing damage to the wall. Nevertheless, there have been a few rare cases when some paint flakes were also be removed due to the conditions of painted wall surfaces and a minor touch up is then required after removal. Another problem could arise if you have recently painted your walls. In this case, you should allow at least three weeks for your walls to dry fully before applying your wall stickers, otherwise you risk damaging your walls with the use of decals or have a problem when removing your stickers later.

Fri, 01/03/2013 - 13:25

Well... we can say that it depends on the texture as each one is different and test decal has to be used first just to assess the application. Sticking wall decals to rough, deep textured or porous walls, like Venetian plaster or sandstone, is indeed a bit more difficult to manager compared to flat surfaces such as mirrors, smooth metal, plastic and finished wood furniture.

Sun, 03/03/2013 - 21:14
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