Tell me more about Removable Wallpaper.
Crazy, right? Our wallpaper is made of a high quality, durable polyester fabric with an amazing adhesive backing. Think Post-It Note...but bigger. Our wallpaper is designed to be removed and repositioned as necessary without sacrificing stickiness.
Our wallpaper is environmentally safe and bio-degradable over time! It is non-toxic, contains no PVC, glycol-ether or formaldehyde or phthalates.
What surfaces will Wild Habitat wallpaper work on?
We do not recommend textured walls. Our wallpaper works best on smooth, flat surfaces. This ensures maximum adhesion and limits the possibility of curling or even falling down! If you have textured walls we recommend sanding down the texture to ensure the longevity of your wallpaper. We know that might be a pain, but its definitely less painful than having your design dream shattered by fallen wallpaper!
Our wallpaper is not recommended for glass, metal, marble, varnished wood or to cover existing vinyl. We cannot guarantee easy removal on those surfaces.
I got the wallpaper wet, what do I do?
If your wallpaper gets a liquid on it make sure to gently spot dry it. Do not wipe the paper with pressure. Spot drying the paper carefully and gently tends to preserve the ink on the surface with minimal smudging. Scrubbing smears!
I accidentally stuck some paper together, what do i do?
If your wallpaper gets stuck to itself all may not be lost. If you're of the fortunate you should be able to have someone help you slowly pull the panels away from each other. In some cases this will only leave you with some slightly wrinkled paper whose errors may seem unrecognizable on the wall. Sometimes it may pull the ink off the surface so you want to be very very careful! Wild Habitat can not be held responsible for errors like this.
Can it be used outdoors?
It can though it truly depends on the region you live in as weather will affect the adhesion. But if you’re looking for some short-term, fun backgrounds for an outdoor event, Wild Habitat’s wallpapers are an excellent solution.
I just painted - do I need to wait to put up wallpaper?
Sorry to say, but you absolutely need to wait! It takes roughly 30-40 days for paint to fully cure. We agree, it is a bit of a detour on your road to adventurous design, but well worth it as it will ensure the paint underneath stays damage-free and your wallpaper stays bubble-free!
Can I put Wild Habitat in the bathroom, pretty please?!
Easily get rid of that 80s era blue bathroom with Wild Habitat’s wallpaper! We recommend keeping the wallpaper out of excessive water spray. We have yet to witness moisture effecting the adhesion of the wallpaper. User discretion advised.
Can I use Wild Habitat’s wallpaper for other things…?
WE LOVE DIY PROJECTS! Innovative uses of our removable wallpaper make us light up. Don’t just stop at walls - refrigerators, washers and dryers (as long as they’re plastic and NOT metal) are there for the makeover-ing! Stick it on risers of your (non-carpeted) staircase to give an under appreciated area some love. Unvarnished kitchen cabinets! Doors! Furniture! It’s your design journey and we’re here to help! User discretion is always advised!
Wild Habitat’s Product Liability & Damages
Our wallpaper sticks to most smooth, flat surfaces. We cannot guarantee that our wallpaper will stick to textured or painted with certain water-based (porous) paints or eggshell. Make sure to test your surface with a sample before you buy a batch. User discretion is advised.