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Wallpaper Spray Adhesive

When you use self-adhesive wall stickers to decorate your beloved house, do you often encounter the wallpaper warped and degummed? Are you looking for the glue to solve this problem?
We have a solution for you! It took us 20 years of research and testing to create Sprayidea Wallpaper Spray Glue, a high-quality spray adhesive for peel and stick wallpaper to bond wallpaper. This glue can easily meet the bonding needs between ordinary pure paper, non-woven fabrics, fabrics, PVC, and other wallpaper materials in the market and cement or wood walls. It has the advantages of strong stickiness, repeatable pasting, environmental protection, and non-toxicity.
Sprayidea Wallpaper Spray Glue has a high-temperature resistance of 65° and a precision twist nozzle, so it is not afraid to be used in a small environment. Without a doubt, this is a great product to help you improve your home.

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Benefits of Sprayidea wallpaper spray glue

  • Low Voc
  • Repeatable pasting
  • Quick drying
  • Strong applicability
  • Easy to use
  • Save cost
  • Non corrosive
  • Can be applied permanently or temporarily

Can I use spray adhesive for wallpaper?

Yes, you can use spray adhesive to hang wallpaper. In fact, spray adhesive is one of the commonly used methods for installing wallpaper. Especially when working with larger wallpaper sections or when the traditional paste is difficult to apply, spray glue can make it easier. However, it is important to make sure that the spray adhesive you are using can be used for wallpaper. And to ensure a successful installation, you need to follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully.

How to hang wallpaper with spray adhesive?

Here are the general steps for hanging wallpaper with spray adhesive:

  1. Prepare the walls: Clean and prime the walls to ensure a smooth, clean surface for the wallpaper to adhere to. Allow the walls to dry completely before proceeding.
  2. Measure and cut the wallpaper: Cut the wallpaper to size, leaving a little extra at each end for trimming.
  3. Using the spray glue: See details in How to use spray adhesive.
  4. Apply the wallpaper: Carefully align the wallpaper section with the top of the wall and press it into place, starting from the top and working down. Smooth out any air bubbles or wrinkles with a wallpaper smoothing tool or a clean, damp cloth.
  5. Repeat: Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each subsequent wallpaper section.
    let it dry for about a day.

If you plan to glue the warped wallpaper with spray glue. Then clean the wall and wallpaper (the side that was pasted with the wall before) on the raised part. Wait until both sides are dry before proceeding to step three.