Finish on Wallrock Thermal Liner

Finish on Wallrock Thermal Liner

One of the most often asked questions when it comes to Wallrock Thermal Liner is ‘what else do I need to put on top of it’? This question relates to what the type of surface finish you’ll get at the end of the process. There are a number of options and we’ll explore them in this post.   1. Paint it Wallrock Thermal Liner has a smooth side, which is ready to be...

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How to repair Wallrock Fibreliner

How to repair Wallrock Fibreliner

Can you fix Wallrock Fibreliner… …or any other liner from the Wallrock range of products if it’s been damaged on the wall? Fortunately, the answer is yes. This is mainly due to the fact that Wallrock wallcoverings are dry stripable, which makes the whole job much easier. We have written a detailed, step-by-step article demonstrating how to go about fixing Wallrock types of...

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Wallrock R300 Liner

Wallrock R300 Liner

What is a rough wall? Defining a rough wall (or ceiling for that matter) could take a long time. It might be a wall which has cracks, a wall which has been around for some 100 years and needs a lot of TLC, a wall which has goo-old-woodchip wallpaper and you just can’t take it anymore. Let’s look at how Wallrock R300 Liner can be of help in some of the situations. Firstly, what is...

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Wallrock Premium

Wallrock Premium

What is Wallrock Premium? Wallrock Premium is a ‘smooth looking’ brother of Wallrock Fibreliner. The technology of making it is exactly the same as in the case of Wallrock Fibreliner (read more about it in this article), but the main difference is that it gives you a plaster-like finish. Yes, it’s much smoother than Wallrock Fibreliner or traditional lining paper. If in doubt,...

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Wallrock Fibreliner

Wallrock Fibreliner

What is Wallrock Fibreliner? It’s been on the market for a few years, but only recently started to become very popular with professional decorators and especially DIYers. Before we talk about Wallrock Fibreliner, let’s look at the good, old lining paper. Lining paper is made of wood pulp – no surprises here. The fibres in wood pulp are relatively short, which means you can tear paper quite...

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