A: If the wall is 18 feet wide, that means it is 216 inches wide (18 x 12 = 216). Now, each roll is 20 inches wide. So take that 216 inches and divide by 20. You get 10.8, or 11. That means you need 11 vertical strips to cover your width. Now, since each roll is just over 16 feet and your wall is half that, that means you would get 2 vertical strips per roll, right? Now, divide that 11 (total number of vertical strips) by 2 (number of 8-foot-long vertical strips per roll) and you get 5.5, which is the number of rolls you'd need to cover your wall. Since you can't buy a half roll, you'll need 6 rolls. And, since this is a repeating pattern and not a solid, you might want to get an extra roll to make sure the brick edges match up. (I know this question is old, but I figured I'd answer anyway ...)
A: This math doesnt make sense to me? If the roll is about 16.5 feet, wouldnt you only need about 2 rolls to cover something that is 18 feet? I bought 5 rolls to cover 25 feet. Why would you need 6-8 rolls for one 18ft wall??
A: I would guess 6-8 rolls. Each roll is 16.5 feet long, so you may only get one strip out of some rolls since you lose a little waste when lining up the pattern.
A: Each roll covers 28 s/f so this project should require a little over 5 rolls of wallpaper.
A: Each roll covers about 28 square feet.
A: Your wall is about 89 square feet, so you would need probably 5 rolls.
A: Yes, I cut mine into many pieces to fit my backsplash. Regular scissors are all you need. It is not thick.
A: Yes! Scissors or a box cutter should work just fine.
A: Yes! The Textured Brick Peel and Stick Wallpaper does have a texture to it!
A: Slightly textured, yes
A: I believe so. Just make sure the surface is clean.
A: The Peel and Stick Wallpaper is best applied to a primed and painted surface. It will not adhere to formica correctly.
A: As long as you are hanging with a nail or screw, as opposed to one of those 3m strips, it should be totally fine. It would just have a hole in it as drywall would.
A: The Devine Peel and Stick Wallpaper is best applied to a primed and painted surface. Application over older wallpaper is not recommended.
A: I bet it would stick really well. I've put contact paper over mirror before. Might even be a little tough to get off.
A: It is recommended on prime and painted surfaces but I think as long as the surface is clean it would totally stick. I love this product I have used it on many different surfaces.
A: I have it on an exterior wall with poor insulation, so it's subjected to rather large swings in both temperature and humidity. I haven't had a single problem with it peeling - not in the winter, when my house gets super dry; not in the summer, when it's 80 degrees and humid and I have the windows open.
A: Yes, you can use a humidifier in the same room where you have used the Peel and Stick Wallpaper!
A: Absolute nightmare attempt ..... I do not recommend. Abandoned the project and painted the tile. Returned this product
A: It's not super sticky so i would be careful. It peels off easily. If kids are not involved it would work in a bathroom.
A: I applied it as a kitchen backsplash and did not use any glue have cleaned with wet rags & even fantastic it has stuck really well. I have not had any areas that have lifted & wouldnt think glue would be necessary.
A: As this product is an adesive one we cannot know if the wallpaper glue would be compatible with the sticker glue. It would be best to use this product as intended.