This is how to install a wall fresco that can be applied with a wall mount. For best results, we recommend treating the wall with a wall fixative. If the temperature is high, it is advisable to wet the wall to prevent the glue from drying out before laying.1) The first step is to outline the perimeter of the fresco. You can use a ruler and a pencil or even better than the paper ribbon.2) Spread the glue inside the traced perimeter using a toothed spatula with teeth of 3 mm taking care not to leave lumps. 3) Now place one side of the fresco and unroll, paying particular attention to the outlined perimeter.4) It is important to press on the surface to ensure that the support adheres well to the wall and eliminate any air bubbles.5) The edge can be grouted in a linear and squared or jagged manner. Apply paper ribbon along the edges to avoid smudging. In this case, the tape is applied in a corrugated manner to simulate jagged edges. 6) Now proceed with the grouting using a spatula. 7) Starting from the ribbon we proceed outwards for about fifteen centimetres. It is recommended to keep about one millimeter of plaster thickness in contact with the fresco and then cancel the thickness towards the outside.8) After finishing the shaving you can proceed by applying the protective paint.
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