How to Apply No Glue Wall Murals
The first step in applying no-glue wall murals is to make sure that the wall is clean and dry. Freshly painted walls must be at least 14 days old before they can be applied to them. Then, clean the surface with an isopropyl alcohol solution before applying panel two. This step is a must for all no-glue wall murals to ensure that you get a flawless, level mural.
To apply the mural, begin by aligning the first panel and making sure that it is level and straight. Then, using a painter’s tape, begin the installation process by peeling back the protective backing paper. Carefully smooth the panel and apply it to the wall. You can use the additional paper to measure the area around the mural. Once the mural is in place, you can remove it and check its level.
After the panel has been removed, use a tape measure to measure the area and make sure that it’s straight. Then, using a spirit level, trace the edge of the mural. After you’ve done that, take a tape measure and apply it to the wall with the help of the tape. This is the first step in applying the mural. It’s important to use a straight edge to prevent unevenness.