Tips and Tricks

Wallpaper – RM1.30/sqft VS Paint – RM2.50/sqft

All wallpaper designs comes with unique textures, not only looks good, but also adds another layer of depth to your space.

Don’t have to wait 3 coatings to dry off completely, all you need is one layer of Wallpaper and you’re all good!

Professional tips and thorough tutorials from WallGuru will make you into an expert in no time! Just follow the tutorial, step by step, and you’ll get a beautiful wall in no time!

What you need?

1 x WallGuru Super Glue
1 x Brush Roller
1 x Measuring Tape
1 x Blade
1 x Laser Line Level

1 x Wall Putty Blade
1 x Bristle Brush
1 x Scraper
1 x Roller
1 x Syringe

1 x Sponge
1 x Ladder
1 x Water Scoop
1 x Pail
3 litre of WATER

Wallpaper Installation Tutorial

One Roll Coverage

How to Match?

Normal paint can be good, but there is so much #WallpaperCanDo that normal paint cannot provide.
Learn to match wallpaper can perfectly make your home stand out!

Harmonious Colours

Joyous Childhood Wallpaper

Horoscope & You

Eco Friendly

Environment Label Certificate
Eco-Friendly Building Material Certificate
Carbon Labelling Certificate

Wallpaper Symbols

Wallpaper symbols present a mystery for most people. It’s important to understand how to interpret them in order to care for your high-quality wallcoverings properly.

There are various methods of safe cleaning that might be indicated by symbols on the wallpaper.  If the wallpaper is not marked by any of the subsequent symbols, it is not advisable to clean the wallpaper using any method.

This symbol indicates that the wallpaper can be lightly cleaned using a sponge. This type of wallpaper is not recommended to be used in places where it is likely to get wet or in areas with high humidity, as it is susceptible to damage when exposed to water.

This symbol means that the wallpaper is relatively durable and can be gently cleaned without damaging the wallpaper. It is still vulnerable to water.

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Super Washable or Extra Washable
This symbol indicates that the wallpaper is durable enough to withstand rigorous cleaning without sustaining damaged. This type of wallpaper may be placed in areas that are likely to get damp. This type of wallpaper can withstand exposure to small amounts of water.

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This is the symbol found on the most durable wallpapers, allowing them to be scrubbed clean without incurring noticeable damage. If you need heavy-duty wallcoverings, this is your best choice.
These symbols indicate where in a home or business it is safest to hang the wallcovering, according to the natural light patterns.

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Good Light Fastness
This symbol means the wallpaper will not bleach easily even with prolonged exposure to sunlight. It is the type of wallpaper recommended for areas of property that routinely get exposed to sunlight.

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Moderate Light Fastness
This symbol denotes that the wallpaper is only somewhat resistant to bleaching when placed in direct sunlight. It will bleach faster than those designed and marked “Good Light Fastness”. Wallcoverings without any symbol indication or marking regarding sun-bleaching characteristics should not be placed in areas that are often exposed to sunlight.
These symbols offer valuable information about how best to install the wallcovering.

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Adhesive to Wallcovering
This symbol means you should apply the adhesive on the wallcovering instead of the wall.

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Ready Pasted
This symbol means that the adhesive has already been applied to this wallcovering. You only need to immerse the desired length of wallcovering in water to activate the paste before applying it to you wall.

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This symbol means that both the top and back layers of the wallpaper will come off the wall if you decide to redecorate. Selecting a wallpaper with this symbol may make it easier to redecorate in the future.

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Wet Removable
This symbol means you have to apply liquid wallpaper stripper or warm soapy water to remove this type of wallpaper.

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This symbol indicates that the top layer of this wallcovering will peel off should you decide to redecorate.

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Offset Match
This symbol, which can be found beside some measurement of distance, only indicates the vertical offset of the pattern.

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Straight Match
This symbol, which can be found beside a measurement of distance, only indicates the start of each time a vertical pattern is repeated on the wallpaper.

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Free Match
This symbol means the wallcovering has no repeating pattern match and can be hung in any direction to achieve the desired final look.

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Direction of Hanging
This symbol serves as a guide pointing toward the direction this particular wallcovering should be hung.

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Reverse Alternate Layout
This symbol means that the wallpaper should be hung in alternate directions to achieve the desired final look.