If fiberglass coatings can mask small irregularities, however, it is necessary to prepare the support before putting them on. Once any nails and hooks have been removed, the wall primed and dusted, you can start laying the liner, preferably starting from the wall opposite the entrance to the room to make the fittings less visible.
- Gluing table
- Meter or laser range finder
- Grease pencil
- Rule of upholsterer
- Flat paintbrush
- Stainer (plastic squeegee)
- Protective gloves
- Cut the strips
- Draw and paste
- Ask the first
- Lay the following strips
- Posing over a door
Cut the strips
1. Measure the ceiling height with a meter or laser rangefinder to set the length of the strips. Deduce plinths and possible cornices.
2. Unwrap the fiberglass on a glue board. It is best to wear gloves to protect your hands. Draw a cross in one corner (always the same on all the strips). This marker will help you to lay the tiles always in the same direction.
3. Carry the 20 cm increase in measurement for the overhang at the bottom of the wall (or baseboard) and the ceiling.
4. Position the wallpaper ruler on the cut mark. With a square on the edge of the edge, position the ruler perpendicular to the edge.
5. Trace the cut line with a grease pencil. Plate the upholsterer rule to make a net mark on the width of the lé.
6. Cut the sheet with scissors following the line. In this way, prepare the number of strips required for laying.
Draw and paste
1. Mark a marker 90 cm from the corner between the walls (knowing that the strips are 1 m wide) to allow a 10 cm overlap on the adjacent wall.
2. From the point drawn, hang a plumb bob and make a mark every 25 cm to trace the starting vertical.
3. Pour the required amount of glue into a large bucket. It is a glue whose consistency allows application by brush and roller.
4. Apply flat brush glue in the corner of the wall and ceiling, in the corner between two walls and at the baseboards, as you would paint a roller board.
5. Load the roll generously and apply the glue on the wall from top to bottom. For good adhesion, apply a layer of glue approximately 2 mm on the entire panel.
Ask the first
1. Display the first line, making sure that the registration cross is in the right corner, for example. Overflow the edge over 10 cm on the ceiling.
2. Align the edge of the lé accurately on the laying line. Marble with the plastic squeegee up and down and center outward to chase air bubbles.
3. Mark the fiberglass well in the corners with the squeegee. You can cut it with scissors at the ceiling to facilitate installation.
4. Fold the fiber along the ceiling, marking the angle with the squeegee. Cut the cutter without lifting the blade during the entire cut and sliding the squeegee.
5. Continue at the baseboards. Sponge excess glue with a damp sponge.
Lay the following strips
1. Glue the wall as for the first, first with a brush at the corners, then with a roller for the rest of the surface. Display the lé, well edge to edge with the previous one while making sure to connect the possible motives of the weaving. Marble with the plastic squeegee.
2. Perform a vertical alignment check with a bubble level and make any adjustments plumb. Mark the angles, and level off.
3. If it is necessary to sharpen the edge over the length, force the coating in the corner with the squeegee and level as on the ceiling or skirting boards.
Posing over a door
1. Materialize the laying line by drawing a vertical in the extension of the door frame by helping you with the bubble level.
2. Measure the distance between the edge of the last edge of the door frame. Mark the dimension on the fiberglass to cut a strip corresponding to it, the side to be laid is narrower. Draw the line guiding you on the upholsterer rule.
3. Glue the wall, then cut the scissors off and place it at the edge of the door, following the line previously drawn.
4. Cut a length corresponding to the width of the door and the distance between the top of the door and the ceiling. Glue the brush wall at the junction of the ceiling as well as above the door and the roller. Marble and trim.
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