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I Love it, I took my time, I installed it alone and it tured out beautiful
Love these large wall murals. I purchased 3 for my vacation townhouse. I did use the staple gun on the edges and randomly in the middle ... did not affect the look at all. I just want to ensure nothing fall down throughout the years. Here's are the photos. Came out totally awesome. I am going to buy more for my 2nd house.
I bought: "Palm trees on tropical beach" Truly beautiful! Hung easily (there is a learning curve) . Had a problem with a crease in other mural when applying, and asked seller for help. Got an email the next day with advise that easily fixed the problem. They get an A+. I ordered murals from a different company first, took 1 look at the poor print quality and returned them. No such problems with all 6 of the Wall26 murals I bought.
It is much easier to apply if you take it out of the tube & lie it flat overnight (I put a book on each end & had no problems with curling during application.) **Much easier to install than a 3 x 4' mural. I was pleasantly surprised
I put it in my pt waiting room, and everyone walks in & goes "aah!"
This wall mural is beautiful..love it. ?
This looks small but it isn't. I did it this way because I need the 2 sides to add some family picture.
Perfect
We used this in our bathroom and I love it! Just be careful installing it. Sometimes it tends to stick to itself.
Good quality, though you'll need the patience of Job to get it up and properly aligned. I'm highly skeptical of anyone who says they did this by themselves and had it turn out great, because it took my wife and me about 3 hours to get it up and smoothed properly. I'm sure it also depends on the scenery you choose, but for the mountain/river/forest I purchased, there were lots of areas to align and we were doing so on 8' ceilings.
I haven't done the final step of cutting in the middle of the overlap yet, as I need to get a new razor blade to make the cut... if I do at all. You can't really notice the overlap when looking directly at the image, only from viewing on a side angle do I notice it (which for my application probably wouldn't ever happen due to the placement).
Overall, for $60 I think this is a great addition to my wall, and we now have the confidence to try a larger application elsewhere in our home.
Oh, and for prep work before installing, I lightly sanded the whole wall with 1500 grit and then wiped it down with a damp sponge. Make sure to get all the dust off, and I think the adhesion will be fine. Good luck!
Update 3/6/18: I ended up trimming the overlap on one of the panels, and I regret doing so. The line is very visible now, and I much prefer the look of the overlapped sections...it looks a lot more seamless than the area I trimmed. So, my recommendation is not to cut the overlap. Unless there is some super-thin razor blade I'm not aware of, I think it sort of ruined that panel and I would not do it again. Otherwise, I have only notice very minimal peeling at one edge, but after smoothing it back down a few days ago it has not popped off again.
I put it up myself in about a hour super easy and turned out beautiful I bought extra and ended up.with a palm tree for my other wall absoulutly love it
I bought this for my daughters room, which I let her pick out. Love the clarity and size. The only reason it didn't get 5 stars was because the installation directions are pathetic and costumer service is non-existent. If you do this with a spouse, make sure you are secure in your relationship because it could send some to divorce court. It took us 6 hours to put up 6 panels. Mostly because the first panel took over 2 hours. We found out the hard way that if you don't get the first one up straight, your screwed, because the rest will be off. So, what we learned, that they don't tell you is this.
1 - Start right and go left because they overlap about an inch and a half. So put up #6 panel first, and then # 5 over # 6.
2 - No ceiling is straight! So we decided what we should have done, is use a laser level and made a line up at the ceiling where you start to hang the panel. That way you start the first one straight. Ours look ok but, up at the ceiling the gap from right to left get wider because the first one wasn't straight. Thank goodness it's repositionable because the first time was really bad and we took the whole thing off and put it back on the backing. And it visually looked straight but you don't have to be off by much to to be significantly off for the rest.
3 - I haven't cut through to remove the overlap yet, as you can see in the picture, because I'm a bit scared. But I will because it bugs me. I seen on YouTube how to do it. Basically you use a straight edge and a very new sharp razor/box cutter and go right down the middle being careful to go all the way through both panels. Then you start at top or bottom and pull one side off, then the scary part, you pull back up at the the paper and pull the other cut side then push panel back down and together. I will do it, but my husband says he want nothing to do with it.
Hope this helps!
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