Embossed Wall Paper blistering is a common problem, mainly due to the uneven coating of the wallpaper during pasting, resulting in shrinkage of the wallpaper surface and separation of the base layer. Too much water causes some built-in bubbles. In fact, the solution is very simple. Just use an ordinary sewing needle to pierce the bubbles on the surface of the wallpaper to release the gas. Then use a needle tube to extract an appropriate amount of adhesive into the hole, and finally flatten and dry the wallpaper.
Moldy wallpaper usually occurs in the rainy season and wet weather, mainly due to excessive moisture in the walls. The solution for wallpaper that is not too serious for mold is as follows: wipe with a white towel and take an appropriate amount of water, or wipe with soapy water. The best way is to go to the wallpaper store to buy a special release agent.
The edge of the wallpaper may be caused by improper treatment of the base layer, too low bonding strength of the adhesive, or the edge of the positive-angle wallpaper less than 2mm, etc. Solution: Use rubber powder as wallpaper.
The wallpaper cannot resist the impact of blunt objects. If you find that the surface of a small area is damaged, you can use paint or similar colored paint to remedy it.
There are traces at the seams
When the wallpaper was applied, the glue did not completely fall off and accumulated in the joints. After a long time, the glue reacts with the wallpaper. Solution: A small bottle of 60-80 degrees boiling water, then add a bottle of white vinegar, wait for the water to cool, and then rinse at the joint. The final effect of the wallpaper will be better in 1-2 months, and 80% of the traces can be removed.