Contact paper is decorative paper. It comes in huge rolls that can be cut to fit on a wall, a desk, a treadmill, cabinets, etc. The paper sticks to nearly any surface because of its self-adhesive back. However, you should always check the details on any products you use. After that, you can remove it with the heat of a hairdryer if you are tired of it. This means that your contact paper can be used to create faux-French tiles in your kitchen or a fake marble desk. This is a real game-changer.
What are the uses of Contact Paper?
It was originally used to line shelves in kitchens. However, decorative contact papers can be used to give a fresh look to many projects.
It is easy to put on, looks great, and can be easily removed without any damage.
Contact paper solves all these problems and many more.
Decorative Contact Paper Types:
You can find decorative contact paper in a variety of faux finishes.
You can also get all of the above in a variety of colors, giving you hundreds of options!
How to apply contact paper?
Contact paper can be applied in four steps: clean, apply, remove bubbles and cut excess.
Measure and cut the contact paper to the dimensions you require
You can draw straight lines by using the grid and ruler sides of your paper.
Make sure to apply contact paper correctly in order to prevent it from tearing. Here are some tips for correctly applying contact paper