Don't have artwork?
If you don't have artwork ready to supply, we offer a design service at a reasonable price, to create a print ready file for you. If you are looking for images to use, we recommend Shutterstock
who have a wide range of designs that would be suitable for printed wall coverings.
If you have any questions about installation you can read our guide below or contact us via e-mail or phone 0844 800 1020 and we will be happy to help.
Preparing The Surface
Ensure your surface is clean and dry before applying the Fabritac material. You can clean your surface using a warm, damp cloth and then allow it to dry completely. If applying to a painted wall, it is recommended to prime the wall to make sure paint doesn't peel off the wall.
Applying FabriTac To The Surface
Start at the top of the graphic to be applied and pull down approximately four to six inches of the backer and crease it. Apply the exposed adhesive to the desired surface slowly to avoid air bubbles. Once the beginning segment is level and in the proper position, continue applying the image in four to six inch increments.
If your wall is large it can be helpful to have other people help you to apply the graphic. This way one person can pull the backer off while the other works on adhering the graphic.
If air bubbles or wrinkles appear after applying the wall graphic, you can peel the desired area back and gently reapply with a soft, felt-sided squeegee to remove any bubbles. Pressing firmly but gently you can hold the squeegee at a 45-degree angle with overlapping strokes. An air release tool may be used to pop stubborn air pockets.
Removing The Self Adhesive Wall Graphic
The use of a blow dryer may help to soften the adhesive for easy removal from questionable surfaces like painted walls. We do not advise installation of FabriTac over untreated drywall or drywall that has not been primed. There may be some peeling of the drywall upon removal of the FabriTac material. On any surface, we suggest removing FabriTac slowly, at a 180-degree angle, pulling straight back against the material to minimize the tension against the surface from which FabriTac is being removed.