PEEL, STICK, CREATE WITH ROOMMATES PEEL-AND-STICK WALLPAPER
Create instant accent walls or revitalise any smooth surface with Peel-and-Stick wallpaper by RoomMates. These products come in various colourways and designs so that you can reflect your true style. Removable and repositionable, Peel-and-Stick wallpaper is also perfect DIY projects – make over old furniture, line shelves, create a custom laptop cover, or frame it to create interesting wall art.
The RoomMates Peel-and-Stick brand promise is it stays on for as long as you want, yet can always be removed without sticky residue or damage to your walls.
Not all peel-and-stick wallpapers are created equal. Keep an eye out for suppliers that sell you contact paper and lesser products as wallpaper solutions. These products will either fall off or – worse – fuse to your walls over time, resulting in damaged surfaces upon removal. RoomMates’ Peel-and-Stick wallpaper is made with a proprietary adhesive that has been specifically engineered for wall applications. This means there won’t be any sticky residue and your walls are safe from damage or paint being pulled off.
RoomMates Peel-and-Stick wallpaper is designed and manufactured in the USA according to stringent quality and safety standards.
1. How do I measure the amount of wallpaper I will need?
Here is a simple way to calculate how much Peel-and-Stick wallpaper you’ll need. Click here to see the basic steps.
2. What is Peel-and-Stick wallpaper made of?
RoomMates Peel-and-Stick wallpaper is made using the same proprietary adhesive used on the millions of RoomMates wall decals sold around the world. This product is engineered for easy application on and instant removal from smooth, flat surfaces. It is repositionable, removable and reusable, and never leaves sticky residue on the applied surface.
3. How do I hang Peel-and-Stick wallpaper?
Peel-and-Stick wallpaper is the easiest wallpaper you’ll ever apply. Simply peel and stick on the wall or any smooth, flat surface. Click here to refer to our step-by-step hanging guide.
4. Do I really have to clean surfaces before applying the product?
We recommend the surface is cleaned and dried to ensure best results. Wipe down surfaces using a sponge or cloth with gentle cleaner or mild detergent. Make sure the surface is completely dry before applying the product to it.
5. Which surfaces are best to apply Peel-and-Stick wallpaper on?
It can be applied to any smooth, flat, clean surface, including:
6. Which surfaces should I not apply Peel-and-Stick wallpaper to?
It will not adhere to unclean or heavily textured surfaces. Do NOT apply to lacquered furniture. Please note, the fading of furniture exposed to sunlight is unrelated to the use of Peel-and-Stick wallpaper.
If you’re unsure of the surface, we recommend testing an inconspicuous patch before applying the full product. When testing or using the product, keep away from cribs and out of the reach of young children to prevent choking hazards.
7. Can I apply Peel-and-Stick wallpaper on newly painted walls?
We recommend you allow newly painted surfaces (and freshly hung wallpaper) to fully cure for at least 4 weeks before applying this product.
8. Is Peel-and-Stick wallpaper easy to cut?
Yes, it is! Use a pair of scissors or a razor knife to cut the wallpaper into strips or to customise to the room. A razor knife is recommended when trimming.
9. Can I clean the product once it is on the wall?
Yes. RoomMates Peel-and-Stick wallpaper is fully washable and can be cleaned using a mild detergent and a damp sponge or cloth.
10. How do I remove Peel-and-Stick wallpaper?
Start at the top corner and pull firmly but gently, evenly and slowly downward, working parallel to the surface. Be sure not to overstretch the material. Do not allow the adhesive surfaces to make contact because they are very difficult to separate without damaging.
11. Can I reuse this product after removal?
Yes, you can! Peel-and-Stick wallpaper is reusable. Peel off surfaces and reuse for another project. No sticky residue will be left on the surface when the wallpaper has been removed.