Arthome WALL DECOR Arthome 3D Faux Brick Wall Panels 20Pack Cover 113 Sq.ft Peel and Stick Self-Adhesive Wallpaper Foam Tile Decor
Arthome 3D Faux Brick Wall Panels 20Pack Cover 113 Sq.Ft Peel And Stick Self Adhesive Wallpaper Foam Tile Decor For Living Room Bedroom Background Wall Decoration
What We Like
- Ideal for bedroom walls, kitchen, painted surfaces, wood board, wallpaper and more
- Features dimensions of 2.52ft x 2.26ft that can cover more than 113.8 square feet
- Comes in a pack of 20 that makes it cost-effective
- Difficult to remove
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What buyers say about Arthome WALL DECOR Arthome 3D Faux Brick Wall Panels 20Pack Cover 113 Sq.ft Peel and Stick Self-Adhesive Wallpaper Foam Tile Decor
If you choose to cut out and interlock the panels, you will take some of the square footage away, which is why it's important to figure out the square footage first.
I am considering using some of the panels in another place, since I have 9 left, and I also have a bunch of single pieces that I can use elsewhere.
It won't adhere to dried sheetrock mud without a primer, and I used a 1/2 roll nap roller to apply the spray adhesive, but it didn't paint over the fake mortar.
The panel can be pulled away from the wall if you want, but you need to roll it back on the wall to hold it.
Because of the foam's flexibility, you can fold it over, cut, trim, or even use it as a base around obstacles, or outlets.
Is it possible to use this on mirrors?
Yes, you can use it.
Is it possible to use this over the title restroom wall?
It can be used on tile walls.
Can I use this outside? I want to cover my garage door.
I don't think it's intended for outdoor applications, so if you still want to try it, I suggest getting a minimal amount and putting one piece in a less prominent place.
I wonder if this will help to reduce noise through walls?
It's not as well-suited to you as you would need it.
Will it stick to foam insulation for a conex shipping container?
I think the chance of it coming loose is low because it has good sticking ability, but never tried to stick to foam.