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Wallpaper guide: what is the difference and for which rooms are suitable

From time to time, a period comes when you want to change something around you. And you can start with your own home. For example, from wallpaper. A huge number of them are on the market. The choice is more than sufficient. Let’s look at the most popular and famous.

Paper wallpapers.

Perhaps the most famous are paper wallpapers . Their advantages are environmental friendliness and price, of the minuses it should be noted the difficulty in sticking, and they can not be wet.

They are divided into 2 types:

  • simplex – one layer of paper;
  • duplex – several layers of paper that are tightly glued together.

The latter are more practical to use , because they do not soak and tear less during operation.

Also, when choosing paper wallpapers, you should pay attention to their density (this parameter is always indicated on the package). Most often, paper wallpapers come in 3 types of density:

  • one hundred and ten g/m²;
  • one hundred and ten to one hundred and forty g/m²;
  • above one hundred and forty g/m².

It’s always best to take medium density. They will not be as heavy as the last, but not as thin as the first. In other words, the most optimal.

In second place is non-woven wallpaper. Non-woven –material is very similar in structure to paper, made from a mixture of natural and chemical fibers. They are recommended for wet rooms. The advantage is durability and ease of operation. The disadvantage is that dust can collect on an uneven surface.

If the choice fell on this particular material, then you need to remember that there are fully non-woven wallpapers, and there are non-woven wallpapers . The former are completely made of non-woven fabric, the latter from the lower non-woven layer and the latter from paper, vinyl or textile. Depending on the composition, the price will also depend.

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