Your Guide to Caring for your Wall Coverings
Cleaning with damp (non-abrasive) cloth/ soft sponge (not steel wool) will clean off most dirt on the vinyl wall covering, be careful not to use too much strength or scrubbing the wall covering as it may damage the surface or laminated top coat. To remove stains, it is recommended to use mild soap with warm water with light pressure cleaning it in a single direction instead of all directions to prevent marring.
3 Things I Wished My Clients Knew
Wall preparation is just as important as choosing the right wall coverings. Most Clients neglect existing wall condition such as unevenness, existing cracks, moisture or fungi growing walls. Choosing the perfect wall covering is only part of making the wall beautiful, any undulating surface will show right through the wall coverings if not plastered and may also damage the product during the process of hanging. Most Clients are told that wall coverings address cracks on the wall, covering them in the process, however, this is true only to short hairline cracks.