Knowledge for Moisture-proof of Wallpaper


 Knowledge for Moisture-proof of Wallpaper

Moisture-proof of wallpaper

    Although the wallpaper is beautiful, it also has its own weaknesses, such as being easily damaged and damp, so you must pay special attention to moisture-proof treatment during the construction and use of the wallpaper. Before the wallpaper is posted, the base surface needs to be processed, and it can be batch ironed and leveled with double fly powder and cooked rubber powder. After it is dry, apply varnish once or twice, and then post it. In order to prevent the wallpaper from falling off due to moisture, you can also apply a layer of moisture-proof paint, which should be evenly applied and not too thick to ensure that the moisture content of the wall base layer should be less than 8/100.

    If plastic wallpaper is used for decoration, because plastic wallpaper will swell when exposed to water, it is necessary to moisten the paper to fully expand the plastic wallpaper. Wallpaper and wall covering of glass fiber substrate. Composite paper walls and textile wallpaper are also not suitable for stuffy water.

    The maturity of the technology has led to the emergence of waterproof wallpaper. This kind of wallpaper can effectively prevent moisture, but its moisture resistance is definitely not as good as ceramic tiles, so it is best to use it in the dry area of ​​the bathroom in the dry and wet partition. However, if you like to change the wall frequently, the waterproof wallpaper can also be used in the wet area. Basically, it is no problem to change it once a year or two. In rooms that are hard to reach by sunlight, such as north rooms, changing rooms, bathing rooms, and some low and dark rooms, use anti-corrosion wallpaper to effectively prevent viruses and moisture.