When the wallpaper is torn or scuffed locally, there is no need to completely replace the wallpaper. An express patch is enough. Manual.
- Mark the surface to be repaired by drawing a square or rectangle in pencil.
- Cut a piece of wallpaper a little bigger, by juxtaposing the patterns.
- Lay the cutout on the damaged part.
- Use a ruler (placed 1 mm outside the pencil line) and cut the two layers of wallpaper with a cutter.
- Remove the remaining parts of the damaged wallpaper on the wall.
- Peel off the underlay for avoid any extra thickness.
- Stick the patch (sticky paper glue or repositionable glue aerosol sold in supermarkets).
- Erase the pencil marks.
If you do not have a fall of the same wallpaper, take a piece in a discreet place (behind a piece of furniture for example).