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Komar 8 – 920 (368 x 254 cm "Blanco de imitación madera papel pintado de color blanco/blanco (8 unidades)
- Impreso en papel con revestimiento de vinilo
- Pasta incluidos
- Viene con 8 paneles
- Medidas (368 x 254 cm)
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El Komar blanqueada de madera de pared es la manera perfecta de dar a cualquier habitación un aspecto fresco y nuevo esta temporada. Este mural de la pared deliciosa tiene un diseño rústico y está seguro de hacer una adición bienvenida a cualquier espacio. El mural de la pared cuenta con efecto apenado, recuperada inspirado madera para un ambiente de época, mientras que la combinación de colores encalada ofrece un toque más moderno.
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1) float out the wall with all-purpose taping mud. I suggest getting the walls as smooth as possible.. This will require 2-3 coats and lots of sanding in between coats.. I put my level lines on the wall with pencil at this point..
2) seal the finished smooth wall with a very high quality sealer.. I use Zinsser's Gardz.. I recommend 2 good coats with at least 8 hours between the final coat and the installation of the mural..
3) sand the dry and cured Gardz till it is smooth..
4) i mixed the adhesive they supply with the mural as directed. Then added a couple cups of professional wallcovering adhesive to the mix for insurance..
5) paste each panel semi generously and allow a minimum of 3 minutes to relax.. I used a 9" roller and 1/4" pad to apply the adhesive..
6) I overlapped each panel by 1/8 and allowed to dry.. ( very important ) do not try to push out all the adhesive from behind the panel. Try your best to use light pressure and remove the air bubbles only. It will dry beautifully and smoothly if done properly.. I use a 14" wide soft wallcovering brush and light pressure with a nylon 6" smoothing plastic.. There is no hurry from panel to panel installation.. Take your time and professional results are possible...
You don't need to float out the wall smooth as I did.. But, I highly recommend it if you want professional results..
You know those days where you have been victim to Etsy for a few hours? After those hours you let out a long sigh as you realize your apartment or home isn't anywhere close to the visual ecstasy you just partook of. So you wonder to yourself... "how much does it cost to make a wooden wall?" After a few more hours and phone calls you realize $600-1000 dollars is a lot of money... Then you come up with the brilliant idea that maybe there is someone who makes vinyl walls that look like real ones. So with a little bit more research you find yourself here on amazon discovering the Komar 8-920 8-920 Whitewashed Wood Wall Mural. For only $120 bucks?!? "Prayers answered!" you think to yourself! After a quick amazon prime two day delivery your hopes are as high as ever! After looking for directions in the nice cylindrical tube you find a piece of paper with a million different languages on it... with incredibly underwhelming directions of how to work this out. So naturally you hit the youtube. After watching plenty of self proclaimed experts & old wallpaper enthusiasts you hit the ground running putting up the 8 different pieces. It sounds so simple and easy yet if it was so simple and easy why I am experiencing so much fear in bringing this tube into my home? Those fears were validated in my experience. After figuring out how to put the paste on my first piece I realized you need a lot more than just some water and a good attitude... you need a large brush to paste the goop, a bucket, google to figure out liter translation, a place to put the piece on to goop it down (if you do it indoors it gets everywhere), pencil, a ruler, and confidence. After going through all of that I had pasted panel 3 (which they tell you to do). Wow... this could look good after all. So then I try putting up panel 5 which goes right next to panel three. The panels are placed like this:
1 3 5 7
2 4 6 8
Then after putting up 5 I realized that 5 is slightly smaller than 3 leaving the design to not match up across the two surfaces. After a little worry I checked a few more and realized that if I put up this whole mural the surfaces wouldn't look clean and aligned. I was so pissed of that I hate a whole box of hostess products that I had in my kitchen... Then I pulled off my 3rd panel stuffed it all back in that pretty little tube, I am getting reimbursement, I am getting some new paint to correct the nastiness on my wall, I am writing this review in frustration and concern for others, and taking a woodworking class to make the wall I want.
Komar. I will adjust my review if you give me a product that works as simply as your nice little youtube video tutorial does!
Long Story Short, I tried putting up a Wall Mural.