Wall Mural Installation:
Step 1: Prepare the wall itself. The wall should be completely smooth, otherwise bumps and crevices will show through the material. If there happens to be any holes or cracks in the wall, patch these holes and cracks with wall spackling or wall plaster. Divide the wall into sections. It would be easier for you if you would mark the divisions with a pencil. The mark will serve as a guide
Step 2: Prepare the tools you need. You will need a ladder, a pencil, a ruler (25 foot retractable will do), a razor knife to trim paper, wallpaper adhesive and mixing container, a yard measuring stick, a plumb line (optional), a brush or roller to apply the adhesive to the wallpaper or wall and a soft cloth such as a terrycloth towel to brush the paper flat and remove air bubbles once each panel of the wall mural is applied to the wall.
Step 3: Prepare the mural by laying out the panels in the correct order on a floor near by. By matching the correct colors and patterns on the floor you save time and eliminate any frustration of not being able to find the correct piece when applying the wallpaper mural to the wall. This is also a good time to check that the panels all match up in terms of colour and pattern.
Step 4 :Installation from left of the wall, place the first panel on the wall. It is always a good technique to start off with the top left panel. In order to place the first panel in the correct position, measure the length and width of the panel. Mark the panel dimensions on the top left section of the wall where the first panel will be. Next, using the plumb-line make a line on the wall where the right side length of the panel will be once the panel is applied to the wall. Using a ladder, go to where the ceiling and wall meet. Align the string of the plumb-line to where the right side length will be once the first panel is in place.
Step 5: Place the second panel against the wall as you did for a butt seam, but allow it to overlap the first slightly.Using a razor and a straightedge, cut through both strips in the area of overlap, taking care not to cut the wall surface. Carefully lift off the scrap from the second panel. Then lift the second panel slightly and remove the scrap underneath. Press the seam back into place and smooth it. After trimming the panel at the top and bottom edges, lightly roll the seam.
Step 6: After applying each panel, take a gentle, soft, dry cloth and brush the panel from the center out to the edges in order to remove any air bubbles that may have collected under the panel.
Attention:1.The room conditions should be without any air drafts. Only after the mural is completely up on the wall and dry
2.If you find any excess paste on the front of the mural, remove by gently wiping off with a damp soft cloth.
3.Do NOT apply a thick heavy coat of paste to your wallpaper mural panel. This will only cause the paper to become too soaked and could cause a tear in the wallpaper. Alternatively roller the adhesive directly onto the wall for a more even coating.