- What are the different types of non-woven wallpaper?
- A quick wallpaper to ask
- Easy-to-live wallcovering
- Non-woven wallpaper: ideal for damaged walls or damp rooms
Do you want to change classic wallpaper? Non-woven is very popular in decoration. Indeed, it saves valuable time and is very easy to live.
What are the different types of non-woven wallpaper?
Non-woven wallpaper can correspond to several manufacturing processes. In general, polyester and cellulose are used for the first nonwoven layer.
The second layer can be vinyl. But there is also non-woven wallpaper with a second layer of paper, as well as 100% non-woven. In this case, it is a wallpaper composed entirely of textile fibers.
A quick wallpaper to ask
You save time during your work, because the small defects of your wall must not be treated beforehand when you apply non-woven wallpaper.
You apply the glue on the wall and not on the wallpaper. In addition, the wide width of its walls allows you to quickly cover your walls.
You can cut the wallpaper once you have it on the wall, using a cutter. This saves you from measuring the strips to be cut in advance, as for a classic wallpaper.
You lay the wallpaper strips edge to edge. You do not have to worry about retractions when the non-woven wallpaper dries. The connections are thus easily made.
Easy to install like to remove, you can tear it dry to change the decoration in the blink of an eye. If dry tearing is not possible, this means that the non-woven wallpaper has been glued with an unsuitable glue.
Non-woven wallpaper: ideal for damaged walls or damp rooms
Non-woven wallpaper is very strong and thick. It is therefore very suitable for damaged walls. Different grammages exist on the market: a high grammage makes it possible to mask large irregularities or imperfections.
Non-woven vinyl wallpaper can be used in water features, such as the kitchen or bathroom.