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Phone: 1-780-604-5390

Self Adhesive DIY PE Foam 3D Wall Panels - Faux Wooden Pallets

  • $9.00

Rejuvenate your interior walls, backsplash, bathrooms, closets and other flat surfaces. Super easy to install DIY. Perfect for living room, kitchen, bedrooms, office, laundry room, RVs or college dorm.

Material: PE Foam

Glue: Self Adhesive
Life: 5 - 7 years
Features: Oil Proof, Water Proof.

Installation Videos: (Source: YouTube)

Installation Steps:

Tools Required:
- Sponge to clean the wall
- Tape Measure
- Level
- Steel Ruler or Straight Edge
- Razor Knife
- Scissors
- Pencil
- Plastic Squeegee

Step 1: Remove electric switch covers and other wall fixtures. Use wet sponge to wipe off the dust from the walls. Fill the voids, if any. Make sure that the wall is smooth, dust free and dry.

Step 2: Starting from the left side of wall, measure out from the corner the width of the panel and mark the wall lightly with a pencil. Put your level on this mark and draw a straight, level, vertical line. This is the guide for your first strip, it is very important for it to be level. 

Step 3: Pre-cut strips to fit wall height and make sure to align the design from strip to strip when cutting. Cut and trim product with a sharp razor knife

Step 4: Peel off about 6 inches of the backing paper away. Position the panel to the top of the wall and stick it allowing a bit of excess to overlap the ceiling (to be trimmed off later). Align the right side of the strip to your mark and lightly press the edge to the wall along the mark. Working from top to bottom, pull the backing away as you evenly press the panel to the wall. Be careful not to pull or stretch the material or the pattern will not align.

Step 5: Work your way down the strip in a back and forth motion, smoothing the material to the wall and pushing out any air bubbles. Trim off excess material at ceiling and baseboard with a straight edge and sharp razor knife.

Step 6: Repeat above steps to cover full wall