Posts Tagged ‘non-woven substrates’

Message from the Manufacturer

May 24, 2013

Digital ImageBesides the instruction sheet, this note was wrapped up inside the rolls of wallpaper I am hanging this week.

The polka-dots on this wallpaper are slightly raised, to give a 3-D effect. The manufacturer is letting us know that the inks are fragile and can be abraded or wiped off, and so the paper should be handled with a little more care than other papers.

I didn’t experience any flaking or abrading problems, and found the paper quite nice to work with.

This hot pink on silver is #RB4286 from the Sure Strip line by York Wallcoverings. It’s one of their newer non-woven substrates, intended to strip off the wall easily and in one piece, when you’re ready to redecorate.