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Product Description

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Step 1. Prepare the surface and tools

Make sure the surface to be covered is cleaned, dry,

and free from grease. If the surface is rough or uneven,

rub it over with sandpaper to smooth and level it

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Step 2. Measure surface and cut wallpaper

Measure the length and width of the surface to be covered,

If the surface shape is complex one, sketch a rough outline

of it in a notebook and write measurements for each part

of the outline on your sketch.

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Step 3. Apply peel and stick

Smooth the wallpaper flat and make sure it will fit the surface properly,

free one corner of the backing paper,then pull more backing paper free

until expose around 1/4 inch of backing.Press the 1/4-inch wallpaper

against the surface you wish to cover. Work slowly from one corner of

the strip to the other.

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Step 4. Smoothing the wallpaper to avoid wrinkles and air bubbles. Trim off excess

Gently pull the rest of the 1/4-inch paper.Take your time to get this right.

Working from side-to-side to keep the paper smooth,flatten out wrinkles

and expel any air that might get trapped and form a bubble. If wrinkles

and bubbles do occur,gently tear the wallpaper free and try again.

Continue drawing off the backing and smoothing until the whole surface has been covered. Trim off any excess wallpaper

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