Guttercat , May 26, Good advice from B dazzler and when hanging paper, don’t spend time cutting at the top until you’ve hung the entire length, otherwise the lower half of the length soaks at different times and it can all add up to a pattern over the length of a wall. I cannot tell why this happens, as it happens to me even with lining paper, I always plumb each wall with a spirit level, check and double check, and with lining paper I always start in the middle, cause if it is slightly out, it will only show at the end of the wall. No, create an account now. Ignore GU10 or T as he used to be known as
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To be fair on GU10 though, the post is about matching a pattern, and saying that you have the same trouble with lining paper was just asking for it, wasn’t it? TelmayMay 26, By pushing the paper no matter how gently you do it to butt to the next length can make the pattern be out of sync, its just a matter of time, swearing, having a Cig, and a stiff drink, then you go in with guns blazing.
The reason that it often goes awray even thought you habg in your first line, is that most houses superfrecso not perfectly square! Good advice from B dazzler and when hanging paper, don’t spend time cutting at the top until you’ve hung the entire length, otherwise the lower half of the length soaks at different times and it can all add up to a pattern over the length of a wall. Welsh Decorator 42May 26, If you cut your pieces of embossed paper and mark a number on the back of each piece, then hang them in sequence you tend not to get such a large mismatch in the pattern.
As Bobbie said, even with lining paper you superfesco cannot avoid a small gap between pieces because the walls may be flat or bumpy, but only on part of the wall.
Just remember it does happen to the best of us, and I hold my hands up an admit its happened to me, but I always stand back, look, and start again. If its that bad as the others supdrfresco said match middle out.
You must log in or sign up to reply here. Hi, I’m currently on my first go at hanging wallpaper, using super fresco. Notice he hasn’t apologised or explained that the post has been mis-interpreted – also amazed to find you being the voice of reason given the run in’s you’ve had with similar trolls like Deacon!
Thankyou JB for your post, its nice to know that someone will ‘tell it like it is’ The regular posters on here are a nice bunch and we try to help people who come here asking for advice, and sometimes we might have conflicting advice, it doesnt happen often, but sometimes it just works out that way. It’s going fine, but I’ve noticed on the last couple of drops that the pattern is matching at the top but by the time it gets to the bottom of the wall it’s out by maybe 4mm.
I’ve already done about 15 drops without problems, and all paper has the same batch number. Also try to match the pattern halfway up the wall rather than at ceiling height letting any mismatch run out towards the ceiling and floor, as your eyes tend to look around the middle of a wall rather than top and bottom so to speak.
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No, superrresco an account now. Further to previous posts, particularly Bobbie’s. I cannot tell why this happens, as it happens to me even with lining paper, I always plumb each wall with a spirit level, check and double check, and with lining paper I always start in the superfrewco, cause if it is slightly out, it will only show at the end of the wall. This will stretch the paper, the best thing to do if it has slightly gone out of pattern match is to lift the whole paper back up again, and start again.
Like deadon says, when this happens, and all else fails, then try and match it from the middle, and its better to lose the superffesco slightly if that is the case at the bottom.
GuttercatMay 26, The only paper he knows about is The Sun.
I dont care how professional we are, but even the simpliest jobs dont go to plan. The trick is to try and let all your strips soak for the same amount of time before hanging, i.
As for GU10, ignore the pratt. And yet, you get some dipstick, who tries and undermines someone who is being up front and honest to someone who needs help But I am not really bothered About GU10, as he is of no account, you and the regulars who have treated with me with the utmost respect, are what matters the most to me. Thanks guys,you are a great paintabble.
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Discussion in ‘ Hhang Talk ‘ started by polybearMay 25, Log in or Sign up. Couldn’t agree more – you and all the regular posters on here are a fantastic bunch – knowledgeable and helpful, and many posters benefit superfrrsco it. When you hang any pattern paper, the trick is not to try and press it into the other paper to butt.
Your name or email address: Oooops, silly me, then I must be the only person that it has happened too.