STEP 7: REMOVAL PROCESS
Slowly and gently pull the panels from the wall. Use your hand to gradually hold back the wall mural during this process.
To avoid any damage to your wall while removing, keep the wall mural as flat and parallel to the wall as possible.
We highly recommend to keep the backing liner (wax paper), so you can re-apply the wall mural to it. It will protect the adhesive from losing its stickiness and allow you to re-use your wall mural.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FROM EAZYWALLZ
Outside of plain brick, the only surface that we have seen work against the adhesive is the combination of eggshell paint on a textured surface. Eggshell paint is mainly used in the kitchen and has intentional additives that allow it to be cleaned with detergents like 409, Fantastic, Soft Scrub, making it hard to adhere too. The material does has the ability to stick to this paint, however, when the paint has been applied to a textured surface, then basically only half the adhesive is touching the actual surface. In some cases, this type of surface combined with eggshell paint can make it touchy for the material to work.
We now offer a material to handle rougher surfaces which is a High Tack 50% Stronger adhesive (still removable) and also great for more permanent installs. The Opaque material allows for a 100% block out, great to cover colored painted walls.
Our wall murals stick to low and no VOC paints!
It is very important that you allow at least 30 days concerning a newly paint surface to dry. Bubbles can occur if the paint is still outgassing/flashing off. Also make sure all drywall painted surfaces or a repainted surface have been primed and painted in order to not leave possible residue or peel paint upon removal.
Installation is recommended no longer then 2-4 weeks after receipt. No warranty will be valid if installation is past 4 weeks.