Perfax wallpaper glue for all types of wallpaper

by Joost Nusselder | Updated on:  June 22, 2022
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Perfax wallpaper glue

Perfax is very well known and you can use Perfax wallpaper glue for any type of wallpaper.

I don’t know anything other than that perfax wallpaper glue is very well known.

Perfax wallpaper glue

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In addition to perfax wallpaper glue, there is also wallpaper glue from bison.

I don’t have much experience with this myself.

Perfax has an adhesive for every type of wallpaper.

Check prices here

The most famous
wallpaper glue is the small package that you have to prepare yourself by using a mixture of water and perfax powder.

Perfax has here for a product called methyl special.

You can use this glue for both heavy wallpaper and thin wallpaper.

In addition, perfax also has ready-made glue.

There is an adhesive for glass fabric wallpaper.

There are also special wall adhesives for non-woven wallpaper, vinyl and textiles.

The advantage of this glue is that you do not have to coat the wallpaper, but the wall.

You will, as it were, “dry” wallpaper.

Unlike the glue that you have to mix yourself for paper wallpaper.

Perfax   you have to stir the paste vigorously

Before you start wallpapering, you have to make sure that your space is completely empty and that your wall is completely sleek.

By that I mean you’ve removed all nails and any outlets and light switches.

If there are holes in the wall, you will first have to fill them with a filler.

If your wall is not completely flat, it is advisable to make it flat beforehand.

You can do this yourself.

There is a very nice product on the market where this can be done easily.

Read the article here: Alabastine wall smooth.

Easily create Perfax adhesive.

Before you start making the glue, it is wise to cover the floor with a cover film or a plaster runner.

After that you can start making the adhesive.

Proceed as follows: First check the packaging to see how many liters of cold water you need.

Usually this is between 4 and 5 liters of water.

Take the opened packet of glue in one hand and a Perfax stirrer in the other hand. (There are holes in it to prevent clumping).

Start stirring vigorously and throw the powder into the wavy water within five seconds.

Stir for at least 30 seconds and then let it stand for at least 3 minutes.

Then stir it for about 20 seconds and the glue is ready.

Now you can start wallpapering.

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During the wallpapering you will find that the wallpaper immediately adheres to the wall.

Perfax also has products to remove wallpaper later.

The so-called plasticizers.

I would say give it a try and you will see that it is quite easy to prepare wallpaper glue yourself.

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I'm Joost Nusselder, the founder of Tools Doctor, content marketer, and dad. I love trying out new equipment, and together with my team I've been creating in-depth blog articles since 2016 to help loyal readers with tools & crafting tips.