Peel & Stick Tile Installation
HOW TO HANG WALLPAPER TILES
Step 1. Wall prep
Before hanging check that surface is clean, dry, smooth, and in good condition. Do not apply tiles to fresh paint that has not cured for at least 20 days. Do not place wall tiles in or above cribs or within reach of young children. After opening the tile, be sure to check for any defects and contact us if any defects are found.
Step 2. Mark your starting point
Measure your surface and plan where your first tile will go. We recommend starting at eye level. Using a level, draw a plumb line that you can align a vertical edge of your starting tile with to ensure that tiles are straight.
Step 3. Hang the wallpaper tiles
Remove approximately 2" of the backing from the top edge exposing the back of the tile. Apply this edge to the desired surface and firmly smooth. Reach under the tile and slowly pull down the remaining backing while applying the tile to the surface. Working out and down reduces the risk of air bubbles. When applying, pay special attention to the edges of the tile to make sure they are securely adhered. Repeat this process for remaining tiles. Wallpaper tiles are meant to be trimmed with a straight edge and craft knife, just like wallpaper.
Note: I recommend keeping the backing for future storage. Wallpaper tiles can be removed and re-positioned multiple times, however, due to varying surfaces and handling we cannot guarantee the amount of times this product can be reused. If you do remove the tiles and plan to reuse them, take care to handle as little of the adhesive side of the material as possible.