Reno fleece wallpaper: why choose it?

by Joost Nusselder | Updated on:  June 18, 2022
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Are you going to move or completely redecorate your house? And you can’t choose between reno fleece and fiberglass wallpaper, then you should read this article. This will help you make a choice.

What is reno fleece wallpaper?

Is a good alternative for making your old walls look completely sleek and new again. The abbreviation for reno fleece is: renovation fleece. reno fleece is applied to a bare wall. Small irregularities, holes and tears are easily removed with reno fleece wallpaper. And so your wall will look brand new again. Our specialist would like to help you install reno fleece wallpaper.

reno fleece or fiberglass wallpaper?

Fiberglass wallpaper is much wider and difficult to place in some places, but they do have a wide choice of types and it is paintable. But there are also many people who are allergic to fiberglass wallpaper and also worse for the environment. And this is much less common with reno fleece wallpaper. You have more choice of models with reno fleece wallpaper. With fiberglass hung you have this again less.

Pros and cons

reno fleece is 30% cheaper than having your wall plastered. And it is also much faster and also the same result. If you have a wall with many irregularities, you will no longer see it with reno fleece. And you also need less paint as a result, so fewer layers in addition, you also save money because you have to buy less paint and you do not have to purchase a primer, this should be for the paint. Because the more layers you do, the less quickly it dries, but in this case you don’t have to do much and it has dried so that you have a much faster end result.

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.