Wallpaper Tools

Wallpapering made easy

Wallpapering tools

You do not know what tools there are for wallpapering and what tools you need?
Then we have a little overview for you here:

Wallpapering set

The 10-piece wallpapering set contains the most important tools for your perfect wallpapering result. It consists of a rectangular 8-litre plastic paint bucket, a paste roller for non-woven wallpaper, a seam roller, a pressure roller, wallpaper scissors, a narrow and a slightly wider spatula, a plastic pressure spatula with flexible pressure edge, a 4x5m tarpaulin, a wooden folding rule and a cutter knife. Our information around the topic «Wallpapering».

To the set

remove old wallpaper

Painter's spatula

The high-quality painter's spatula with flexible ground steel blade and oval wooden handle is used to remove adhesive wallpaper and paint residues and is riveted throughout. Our painter's spatula is available in 40mm, 60mm and 80mm and is ideal for removing old wallpaper.

Cut wallpaper to size

Scissors or cutter knife

The wallpaperer's scissors are the symbol of the wallpaperer, but they are more and more often replaced by tools such as the tear-off edge and the cutter knife. Nevertheless, we recommend using stainless, high-quality wallpapering scissors with molded-on plastic eyes, especially for heavy wall coverings (textile wallpaper, etc.).

For optimal cutting results, we recommend a comfortable cutter knife made of high-quality plastic with a lock and metal blade guide.

Apply paste

Brush or roller

Paste roll

For simple work on small areas, a high-quality paint roller / paint roller should be used.

Ceiling brush / paste brush

A professional ceiling brush with pure quinoa bristles and a high-quality wooden handle is particularly suitable for applying the wallpaper paste.

Corner brush

The corner brush for working on edges, wall ends and narrow niches is a practical helper for all painting and wallpapering work.

Apply wallpaper

Pressure rollers and more

Pressure roller

The most common tool for pressing the wallpaper strip is the pressure roller. This is a high-quality paint roller with a roller made of PU foam including a roller bracket with a hollow plastic handle. It is suitable for non-woven, metal, textile and textured profile wallpapers.

Seam roller

For delicate wallpaper surfaces, a high-quality seam roller with cylindrical roller made of PU foam and a one-sided galvanized handle with plastic grip is used.

Wallpaper brush

The wallpaper brush made of wood with soft synthetic fiber bristles is used to press wallpaper onto the wall. Pressing with the bristles with beard protects the wallpaper surface and is suitable for processing all types of wallpaper.

These tools make processing easier for you

To apply wallpaper perfectly, the right tool is essential. Wallpapering tools are specially designed to make wallpapering easier and more efficient. There are a variety of tools that perform different tasks.

Basic wallpapering tools include a paste roller, wallpaper scissors, wallpaper brush and wallpaper brush. A good pair of wallpaper scissors allows you to cut the wallpaper precisely, while the wallpaper brush makes it easier to apply the glue. The wallpaper roller ensures an even distribution of the glue and makes it easier to apply the wallpaper to the wall. The wallpaper brush is used to remove air bubbles from the wallpaper and ensure that the wallpaper adheres smoothly to the wall.

In addition to these basic tools, there are special wallpapering tools such as seam rollers or press-on putties. With the seam roller, the seams between the wallpaper strips are smoothed and made invisible. The press-on spatula allows you, similar to the wallpaper brush, to smooth the wallpaper and distribute the paste under the wallpaper.

If you want to apply wallpaper, you should make sure that you have all the necessary tools at hand. This not only makes wallpapering easier, but also improves the result. This will ensure that the wallpaper is wrinkle-free and seamless on the wall.

In addition to the tools used directly for applying the wallpaper, there are other aids that can be used before or after wallpapering to optimise the result. For example, plastering the wall with depth primer or ready-to-use filler prevents unevenness and bubbles. In addition, the wallpapered wall can be coated with water- and dirt-repellent wallpaper protection to make it even more resistant.

New Walls.
New Walls.
Hello, how may we help?
Outside of our opening hours
whatspp icon whatspp icon