The wall must be clean, smooth and dry before applying wallpaper. See image (A) for tools the might help you with the installation.
Lay the wallpaper face down and apply water liberally to adhesive side with a spray bottle (B).
Allow to sit for 2 - 3 minutes before applying to the wall (C)
Apply the graphic to the wall by first aligning it to desired position. Smooth out the wallpaper using a wide squeegee or wallpaper smoother (available from most home décor and hardware stores). Avoid pressing your fingers into the surface or using excessive force with squeegee as this will make indentations or force the adhesive out the sides of the wallpaper.
It is important to squeegee out all air bubbles but do not overwork the application. Do not be alarmed if further bubbles form shortly after application, or if there are ripples in the surface when the wallpaper is still wet. Smooth out severe bubbles and ripples with your squeegee, the rest will smooth out and disappear when the wallpaper dries overnight.
Avoid trimming until the wallpaper is dry and then use a new sharp blade to carefully trim. Trimming when wet may result in the graphic surface catching and tearing, even with the sharpest blade.
It is normal for some adhesive to leak out the sides of the drops during application. These can be wiped away using a damp sponge or cloth.
Remove HP PVC-Free wallpaper by wetting with either a damp sponge or spray bottle. Wallpaper removal scouring tools are not normally required. Allow approximately 5 minutes for water to soak through to the adhesive and then peel the wallpaper off the wall. Some traces of adhesive will be left on the wall which can be wiped away using a damp sponge.