Sonoma Oak Light
90CM X 15M
Self-adhesive foil is ideal for pasting or restoring furniture, interior doors and interior decoration. Thanks to the rich design, it will favorably highlight or decorate any part of your environment. Self-adhesive wood-like films are the most versatile finishing material.
The scope of self-adhesive film is very wide. It is used for interior decoration:
- in interior design;
- for decorative design of household items;
- for renovation of furniture and for repairs in the bathroom, in the kitchen, in the nursery;
- in the production of furniture, doors, skirting boards, decorative profiles and panels;
For the owners of our self-adhesive, we have prepared a couple of useful tips when working with self-adhesive decorative films.
Before starting work, it is necessary to clean the surface from grease, dirt, dust, wipe it dry with a clean cloth. Degrease the base with dishwashing liquid if required. Polished, lacquered, painted surfaces are ideal for gluing with foil. Cover clean boards or plywood with polyester or primer varnish. Treat cracked and uneven surfaces with wood filler and sand with sandpaper, then coat this surface with an acrylic-based primer so that the glued film adheres well.
Sticking. On the back of the film, on paper, there is a step-by-step guide to working with the film. To do this, separate the paper from the film by about 4-5 cm, apply the film to the surface and glue the separated edge. Next, evenly and slowly pull the paper off with one hand from the remaining film. In this case, with the other hand, you need to smooth the film with a soft cloth or towel. To avoid the appearance of bubbles, you need to move from the center to the edge. If, nevertheless, bubbles remain, they will need to be punctured carefully with a needle, thus releasing air.
Cleaning and care:
Under normal conditions, there is enough water for cleaning. For heavily soiled water, you can add a common detergent to the water. Do not use detergents and products containing abrasive substances and acetone.
* Depending on the settings of your monitor, the color of the film on the screen may differ from the actual shade or color of the film.