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Graphite Insulating Lining Paper (8)

How Do I Hang Graphite Insulating Lining Paper?

There is no special way to hang Graphite Insulating Lining Paper, it can be either vertically or horizontally. We recommend that the wall is pasted, polystyrene applied directly to the wall, and time to set is 48 hours.

For Graphite Insulating Wallpaper, do I need a special adhesive?

Yes, we recommend the use of Wallrock Thermal Liner Adhesive only as it has being tested to hang Graphite Insulating Lining Paper. There are many other adhesives which may work but have not being tested.

How much Thermal Liner Adhesive will 1 roll of Graphite Insulating Lining Paper use?

On average, for Graphite Insulating Lining Paper,  flat surfaces require approximately 3kg of Thermal Liner Adhesive, damaged and textured surfaces require approximately 5kg. *Typical coverage may vary depending on application*. We recommend the use of Wallrock Thermal Liner Adhesive only.

Can I hang Graphite Insulating Lining Paper on ceilings?

Yes,  so before applying the Graphite insulating lining paper, you must lightly sand the ceiling and size with a PVA or Flake Adhesive, this will form a good surface for the Thermal Liner Adhesive to adhere to.

Can I paint directly on to the Graphite Insulating Lining Paper?

Yes, the surface of the Graphite Insulating Lining Paper is actually a non-woven Lining Paper.

With Graphite Insulating Lining Paper, why do you recommend lining over the top of it?

Two main reasons for lining over the top of Graphite Insulating Lining Paper – 1) Makes it much easier to achieve a nice neat finish with minimal filling and sanding. 2) It helps your investment from damage creating a good base for paint or decorative wallpaper at the same time.

Important – If you are planning to hang lining paper on top of Graphite Insulating Lining Paper, we strongly recommend that you use a non-woven lining paper such as Wallrock Fibreliner Plus, Wallrock Fibreliner or Wallrock premium.Traditional lining paper shrinks and expands when pasted and can cause lifting on the joints In contrast; non-woven lining paper is dimensionally stable and ensures a perfect finish.

Before applying Graphite Insulating Lining paper, do we need to take off the existing wallpaper?

No, if the existing wallpaper is firmly stuck to the wall then the Graphite Insulating Lining Paper should cover it, however if it has a deep pattern (more than 2.5mm) or is a Vinyl based paper we would recommend that it is taken off before applying the Graphite Insulating Lining paper. 

Bad textured walls in my house do I need to take special precautions when Graphite Insulating Lining Paper over such poor surfaces?

Not really, just make sure the walls are clean, dry and solid. If the texture is very deep as with some decorative plaster effects it is advisable to sand down the high points and use extra adhesive to help level the surface. We would advise that after hanging the first drop of Graphite Insulating Lining paper,  stand back and make sure the results are satisfactory.

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Does Insulating Lining Paper need to be hung any special way?

No you can hang Insulating Lining paper either vertically or horizontally. We recommend that the wall is pasted, polystyrene applied directly to the wall, and time to set is 48 hours.

When Applying Insulating Lining Paper, do I need special adhesive?

Yes,  we recommend the use of Wallrock Thermal Liner Adhesive only, as it has been tested to hang Insulating Lining Paper. There are many other adhesives which may work but have not being tested.

How much Thermal Liner Adhesive will 1 roll of Insulating Lining Paper use?

On average, when applying Insulating Lining paper on flat surfaces, about 2kg of Thermal Liner Adhesive is required,  for damaged and textured surfaces about 3kg. *Typical coverage may vary depending on application*. We recommend the use of Wallrock Thermal Liner Adhesive only.

Before Applying Insulating Lining Paper, what product would I use to fill the joints?

Before applying Insulating Lining Paper, we recommend you use a flexible non shrinking decorators caulk or similar good quality non shrinking filler.

Do I paste the wall or the Insulating Lining Paper?

Insulating Lining Paper is a ‘Paste The Wall Product Only’. We recommend the adhesive should be applied with a roller directly on to the wall.

How do I tackle external corners with Insulating Lining Paper?

Well you have 2 options with Insulating Lining Paper as it will bend around the corner which will give you a rounded corner. Alternatively, you can cut and butt joint at the corner, and this option is best if you are applying a Wallrock Lining Paper or Wallrock Textured paper on top, as it will hide the joint.

Can I paint directly on to the Insulating Lining Paper?

Yes, the surface paper of the Insulating Lining paper is actually a non-woven Lining Paper.

Can I hang Insulating Lining Paper on ceilings?

Yes, so before applying Insulating Lining paper, you must lightly sand the ceiling and size with a PVA or Flake Adhesive, this will form a good surface for the Thermal Liner Adhesive to adhere to.

Why do you recommend lining over the top of Insulating Lining Paper?

Two main reasons for lining over the top of Insulating Lining Paper –  1) Makes it much easier to achieve a nice neat finish with minimal filling and sanding. 2) It helps your investment from damage creating a good base for paint or decorative wallpaper at the same time.

Important – If you are planning to hang lining paper on top of Insulating Lining Paper, we strongly recommend that you use a non-woven lining paper such as Wallrock Fibreliner Plus, Wallrock Fibreliner or Wallrock premium.

Traditional lining paper shrinks and expands when pasted and can cause lifting on the joints In contrast, non-woven lining paper is dimensionally stable and ensures a perfect finish.

Before Applying Insulating Lining Paper, do we need to take off the existing wallpaper?

No, if the existing wallpaper is firmly stuck to the wall then the Insulating Lining Paper should cover it.  recommend that it is taken off before applying the Insulating Lining Paper. 

Before applying Insulating Lining Paper, I have some really bad textured walls do I need to take special precautions over such poor surfaces?

Not really, just make sure the walls are clean, dry and solid before applying Insulating Lining Paper. If the texture is very deep as with some decorative plaster effects it is advisable to sand down the high points and use extra adhesive to help level the surface. We would advise that after hanging the first drop stand back and make sure the results are satisfactory.

 

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How much adhesive will 1 roll of Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner use?

On average, flat surfaces will take 4kg of adhesive, damaged and textured surfaces take 6kg of adhesive. *Typical coverage of Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner may vary depending on application*. We recommend the use of Wallrock Thermal Liner Adhesive only.

What area does 1 roll of Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner cover?

The roll size of Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner  is 10m x 50cm and covers 5 Square Metres – to find out how many rolls you need please use our wallpaper calculator in the top navigation.

What is the thickness of Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner?

Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner is 5mm thick so effectively reducing unwanted noise. 

Do I paste the wall or the Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner

Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner is a ‘Paste the Wall Product Only’. We recommend the adhesive should be applied with a roller directly onto the wall.

How do I tackle external corners with Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner?

Well you have 2 options with Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner as it will bend around the corner and this will give you a rounded corner. Alternatively you can cut and butt joint at the corner, this option is best if you are applying a Wallrock Lining Paper or Wallrock Textured paper on top as it will hide the joint.

Can Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner help to reduce the noise coming from next door?

Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner is better at absorbing noise entering the room through walls and ceilings – so if you have a problem with noisy neighbours and there is no chance of your neighbour doing anything himself to isolate the source, then this is the best product to use.

For Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner, what side of the roll should be applied to the wall ?

Always apply the cream foam side of the Latex Sound proof Wall Liner to the wall leaving the rough hard surface facing outwards.

Can I hang Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner on ceilings?

Yes, so before applying Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner you must lightly sand the ceiling and size with a PVA Adhesive which will form a good surface for the Thermal Liner Adhesive to adhere to.

When applying Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner it springs back off the wall when near the end of the roll?

Latex Sound proof Wall Liner is tightly wound up during manufacture, therefore we recommend that the rolls are opened and left on their ends to unravel naturally for approximately 24 hours before hanging. 

Is it alright to put more than one layer of Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner on?

Yes it is, and you should make sure that the first layer of Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner  has dried out completely before applying another layer. You must use the Wallrock Thermal Liner Adhesive.

Can I paint directly on to the Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner?

Yes, and the surface of the Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner has a rough textured finish. For a smooth finish use Wallrock Fibreliner, Fibreliner Plus or Wallrock Premium.

Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner – Why Recommend lining over the top

Two main reasons – 1) Makes it much easier to achieve a nice neat finish with minimal filling and sanding. 2) It helps your investment from damage creating a good base for paint or decorative wallpaper at the same time.Important – If you are planning to hang lining paper on top of Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner, we strongly recommend that you use a non-woven lining paper such as Wallrock Fibreliner Plus, Wallrock Fibreliner or Wallrock premium.Traditional lining paper shrinks and expands when pasted and can cause lifting on the joints In contrast; non-woven lining paper is dimensionally stable and ensures a perfect finish.

Do we need to take off the existing Wallpaper before using Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner?

No, if the existing wallpaper is firmly stuck to the wall then Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner should cover over it,. However, if it has a deep pattern (more than 3mm) or is a Vinyl based paper we would recommend that it is taken off before applying the Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner.

Does Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner Really Work?

Yes – Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner really does work as it is made from specially developed sound absorbing foam and laminated with a thick lining paper. The Latex structure acts like a sponge, reducing echo and deadening noise, and is particularly effective in combating high frequency sounds.

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Can I paint directly on to the Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner?

Yes, and the surface of the Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner has a rough textured finish. For a smooth finish use Wallrock Fibreliner, Fibreliner Plus or Wallrock Premium.

Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner – Why Recommend lining over the top

Two main reasons – 1) Makes it much easier to achieve a nice neat finish with minimal filling and sanding. 2) It helps your investment from damage creating a good base for paint or decorative wallpaper at the same time.Important – If you are planning to hang lining paper on top of Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner, we strongly recommend that you use a non-woven lining paper such as Wallrock Fibreliner Plus, Wallrock Fibreliner or Wallrock premium.Traditional lining paper shrinks and expands when pasted and can cause lifting on the joints In contrast; non-woven lining paper is dimensionally stable and ensures a perfect finish.

Why do you recommend lining over the top of Insulating Lining Paper?

Two main reasons for lining over the top of Insulating Lining Paper –  1) Makes it much easier to achieve a nice neat finish with minimal filling and sanding. 2) It helps your investment from damage creating a good base for paint or decorative wallpaper at the same time.

Important – If you are planning to hang lining paper on top of Insulating Lining Paper, we strongly recommend that you use a non-woven lining paper such as Wallrock Fibreliner Plus, Wallrock Fibreliner or Wallrock premium.

Traditional lining paper shrinks and expands when pasted and can cause lifting on the joints In contrast, non-woven lining paper is dimensionally stable and ensures a perfect finish.

Why recommend lining over the top of Sound Proof Insulating Liner?

We recommend lining over the top of Sound Proof Insulating Liner for Two main reasons -1) Makes it much easier to achieve a nice neat finish with minimal filling and sanding. 2) It helps your investment from damage creating a good base for paint or decorative wallpaper at the same time.

Important – If you are planning to hang lining paper on top of Sound Proof Insulating Liner, we strongly recommend that you use a non-woven lining paper such as Wallrock Fibreliner Plus, Wallrock Fibreliner or Wallrock premium.Traditional lining paper shrinks and expands when pasted and can cause lifting on the joints In contrast; non-woven lining paper is dimensionally stable and ensures a perfect finish.

Can I paint directly on to the Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner?

Yes, the surface of Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner is actually Wallrock Fibreliner which is a non-woven Lining Paper.

Can I paint directly on to the Wallrock Thermal Liner?

The answer is Yes you can.  The surface of the Wallrock Thermal Liner  is actually Wallrock Fibreliner which is a non-woven Lining Paper.

Wallrock Thermal Liner, why do you recommend lining over the top of it?

Two main reasons for lining over the top of  Wallrock Thermal Liner – 1) Makes it much easier to achieve a nice neat finish with minimal filling and sanding. 2) It helps your investment from damage creating a good base for paint or decorative wallpaper at the same time.

Important – If you are planning to hang lining paper on top of Wallrock Thermal Liner, we strongly recommend that you use a non-woven lining paper such as Wallrock Fibreliner Plus, Wallrock Fibreliner or Wallrock premium.

Traditional lining paper shrinks and expands when pasted and can cause lifting on the joints In contrast; non-woven lining paper is dimensionally stable and ensures a perfect finish.

With Graphite Insulating Lining Paper, why do you recommend lining over the top of it?

Two main reasons for lining over the top of Graphite Insulating Lining Paper – 1) Makes it much easier to achieve a nice neat finish with minimal filling and sanding. 2) It helps your investment from damage creating a good base for paint or decorative wallpaper at the same time.

Important – If you are planning to hang lining paper on top of Graphite Insulating Lining Paper, we strongly recommend that you use a non-woven lining paper such as Wallrock Fibreliner Plus, Wallrock Fibreliner or Wallrock premium.Traditional lining paper shrinks and expands when pasted and can cause lifting on the joints In contrast; non-woven lining paper is dimensionally stable and ensures a perfect finish.

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What side of the Sound Proof Insulating Liner should be applied to the wall?

Always apply the coloured foam side of the Sound Proof Insulating Liner to the wall leaving the flat smooth surface facing outwards.

How much adhesive will 1 roll of Sound Proof Insulating Liner use?

On average, on flat surfaces 2kg, on damaged and textured surfaces 3kg. *Typical coverage for Sound Proof Insulating Liner may vary depending on application*. We recommend the use of Wallrock Thermal Liner Adhesive only.

What area does 1 roll of Sound Proof Insulating Liner cover?

The roll size of Sound Proof Insulating Liner is 5m x 50cm and covers 2.5 Square Metres – To find out how many rolls you need, please use our wallpaper calculator in the top navigation.

What is the thickness of Sound Proof Insulating Liner?

Sound Proof Insulating Liner is 6mm thick providing a simple DIY solution for homes and businesses that suffer from the inconvenience of sound pollution.

Do I paste the wall or the Sound Proof Insulating Liner?

Sound Proof Insulating Liner is a ‘Paste the Wall Product Only’. We recommend the adhesive should be applied with a roller directly on to the wall.

Can Sound Proof Insulating Liner help? My Neighbours complain I am noisy.

Sound Proof Insulating Liner is best suited to rooms where you want to absorb the noise within it. For example, noise could be entering the room through an open window, single glazed window or from a source within it (eg; vacuum cleaner). In such cases, internal application of the Sound Proof Insulating Liner will help absorb sound and stop it bouncing around as well as reduce the noise escaping through surfaces into other rooms. In an incidence of noise problems from an adjoining room it can be used to best effect by using it in the room that is generating the noise, not in the room adjacent.

How to tackle external corners with Sound Proof Insulating Liner?

Well you have 2 options, Sound Proof Insulating Liner will bend around the corner and this will give you a rounded corner. Alternatively you can cut and butt joint at the corner, this option is best if you are applying a Wallrock Lining Paper or Wallrock Textured paper on top as it will hide the joint.

Can I apply Sound Proof Insulating Liner on ceilings?

Yes, but before applying Sound Proof Insulating Liner  you must lightly sand the ceiling and size with a PVA or Flake Adhesive, which will form a good surface for the Thermal Liner Adhesive to adhere to.

When applying Sound Proof Insulating Liner, it springs back off the wall, especially near the end of the roll?

The roll of Sound Proof insulating Liner is tightly wound up during manufacture, so therefore we recommend that the rolls are opened and left on their ends to unravel naturally for approximately 24 hours before hanging.

Is it ok to put more than one layer of Sound Proof Insulating Liner on?

Yes, just make sure that the first layer of Sound Proof Insulating Liner has dried out completely before applying another layer; you must use the Wallrock Thermal Liner Adhesive.

Can I paint directly on to the Sound Proof Insulating Liner?

Yes you can because the surface of the Sound Proof Insulating Liner is a smooth Lining Paper.

Why recommend lining over the top of Sound Proof Insulating Liner?

We recommend lining over the top of Sound Proof Insulating Liner for Two main reasons -1) Makes it much easier to achieve a nice neat finish with minimal filling and sanding. 2) It helps your investment from damage creating a good base for paint or decorative wallpaper at the same time.

Important – If you are planning to hang lining paper on top of Sound Proof Insulating Liner, we strongly recommend that you use a non-woven lining paper such as Wallrock Fibreliner Plus, Wallrock Fibreliner or Wallrock premium.Traditional lining paper shrinks and expands when pasted and can cause lifting on the joints In contrast; non-woven lining paper is dimensionally stable and ensures a perfect finish.

Before using Sound Proof Insulating liner, do we need to take off the existing Wallpaper?

No, if the existing wallpaper is firmly stuck to the wall then Sound Proof Insulating Liner should cover it.  However if it has a deep pattern (more than 3mm) or is a Vinyl based paper we would recommend that it is taken off before applying the Sound Proof Insulating Liner.

Does Sound Proof Insulating Liner really work?

Yes, Sound Proof Insulating Liner is made from specially developed sound absorbing foam and laminated with a thick lining paper. The polyurethane foam structure acts like a sponge, reducing echo and deadening noise, and is particularly effective in combating high frequency sounds.

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Which Side of Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner Should Go Against the Wall?

Always apply Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner with the fluffy side to the wall leaving the smooth flat side of the liner facing outwards.

 

How much Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner Adhesive does 1 roll use?

On average, for flat surfaces, you will need 7kg of Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner Adhesive, and for damaged and textured surfaces 10kg. *Typical coverage may vary depending on application*.

What area does 1 roll of Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner cover?

The roll size of Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner is 15m x 1m and covers 15 Square Metres – to find out how many rolls you need please use our wallpaper calculator in the top navigation.

 

For Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner Do I paste the wall or the Paper?

Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner is a ‘Paste the Wall Product Only’. We recommend the adhesive should be applied with a roller directly onto the wall.

Tackling external corners with Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner?

Well you have 2 options with Wallrock KV600 Thermal liner

1) It will bend around the corner and this will give you a rounded corner,

2) You can cut and butt joint at the corner – this option is best if you are applying a Wallrock Lining Paper or Wallrock Textured paper on top as it will hide the joint.

Can I hang Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner on ceilings?

Yes, but before applying Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner, you must lightly sand the ceiling and size with a PVA or Flake Adhesive, this will form a good surface for the Thermal Liner Adhesive to adhere to.

Can I paint directly on to the Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner?

Yes, the surface of Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner is actually Wallrock Fibreliner which is a non-woven Lining Paper.

Why do you recommend lining over the top of Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner?

Two main reasons, 1) Makes it much easier to achieve a nice neat finish with minimal filling and sanding. 2) It helps your investment from damage creating a good base for paint or decorative wallpaper at the same time.Important – If you are planning to hang lining paper on top of Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner, we strongly recommend that you use a non-woven lining paper such as Wallrock Fibreliner Plus, Wallrock Fibreliner or Wallrock premium.Traditional lining paper shrinks and expands when pasted and can cause lifting on the joints In contrast; non-woven lining paper is dimensionally stable and ensures a perfect finish.

For Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner – Do we need to take off the existing wallpaper?

No, if the existing wallpaper is firmly stuck to the wall then Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner should cover it, however if it has a deep pattern (more than 2.5mm) or is a Vinyl based paper we would recommend that it is taken off before applying the KV600 Thermal Liner. 

Do I need to take care applying Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner?

I have some really badly textured walls so do I need to take special precautions when applying Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner over such poor surfaces?

Not really, just make sure the walls are clean, dry and solid before applying Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner . If the texture is very deep as with some decorative plaster effects it is advisable to sand down the high points and use extra adhesive to help level the surface. We would advise that after hanging the first drop, stand back and make sure the results are satisfactory.

I like the Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner product

Where in the house can I use it to best effect?

Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner is certainly most effective as an energy saver on outside walls and especially so if the walls are of solid construction (without cavities). However other key benefits of the product include acting as a sound insulation and covering over textured surfaces to produce a flat surface.

I have worries with Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner

I remember those old polystyrene insulation tiles that were a fire hazard?

Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner is classified as “E” according to DIN EN 13501-1 in relation to fire behaviour, which corresponds to “B2” (normally inflammable) according to the standard DIN 4102-1.

I like Wallrock KV600 Thermal liner so how does it look?

How it will look around light switches and skirting boards?

Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner is 4mm thick and a neat finish is therefore possible in most applications, skirting, coving or light switches for example do not appear to be ‘sunk’ below the wall surface. Don’t forget Thermal Liner works best on outside walls, significant benefits can be achieved without the need to apply it to every internal surface.

 

Can you use Wallrock KV600 thermal Liner in bathrooms?

Yes, and you must use ‘Wallrock Thermal Liner Adhesive’ as it is specially formulated to hang Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner. We however ‘Do Not’ recommend you use within shower areas.

How Does Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner Work?

Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner works in a different way to traditional insulating products. For a start we realise that rooms are rarely heated constantly 24 / 7. So Thermal Liner works by reducing warm up times dramatically as is begins to work immediately the heating is turned on because it is on the inside of the outside wall. Conventional products only work after the inside wall has being heated which can take hours – the very time you are likely to be in the room. Once the room has warmed up Wallrock Thermal continues to resist energy loss.

OK saying save money with Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner, will I notice?

Yes you will save money and notice a significant change with Wallrock KV600 Thermal Liner,  especially when the heating is first turned on as room warm up time is reduced dramatically and the air currents that make you feel cold whilst the room warms up are also reduced. This is of course in addition to all the other benefits such as a reduction in noise through the treated wall.

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How much Thermal Liner Adhesive does 1 roll of Wallrock Thermal Liner use?

On average, flat surfaces of Wallrock Thermal Liner use 3.5kg of Thermal liner Adhesive , damaged and textured surfaces use 5kg. *Typical coverage may vary depending on application*.

Can I hang Wallrock Thermal Liner on ceilings?

Yes, but before applying Wallrock Thermal Liner,  you must lightly sand the ceiling and size with a PVA or Flake Adhesive. This will form a good surface for the Thermal Liner Adhesive to adhere to.

Can you use Wallrock Thermal Liner in bathrooms?

Yes you can use Wallrock Thermal Liner in bathrooms, and you must use ‘Thermal Liner Adhesive’ as it is specially formulated to hang Thermal Liner. However,  we  ‘Do Not’ recommend you use within shower areas.

For Graphite Insulating Wallpaper, do I need a special adhesive?

Yes, we recommend the use of Wallrock Thermal Liner Adhesive only as it has being tested to hang Graphite Insulating Lining Paper. There are many other adhesives which may work but have not being tested.

How much Thermal Liner Adhesive will 1 roll of Graphite Insulating Lining Paper use?

On average, for Graphite Insulating Lining Paper,  flat surfaces require approximately 3kg of Thermal Liner Adhesive, damaged and textured surfaces require approximately 5kg. *Typical coverage may vary depending on application*. We recommend the use of Wallrock Thermal Liner Adhesive only.

When Applying Insulating Lining Paper, do I need special adhesive?

Yes,  we recommend the use of Wallrock Thermal Liner Adhesive only, as it has been tested to hang Insulating Lining Paper. There are many other adhesives which may work but have not being tested.

How much Thermal Liner Adhesive does 1 roll of Wallrock Thermal Liner use?

On average, flat surfaces use approximately 3.5kg of Thermal Liner Adhesive, where as damaged and textured surfaces use approximately 5kg. *Typical coverage may vary depending on application*.

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Which side of Wallrock Thermal Liner should go against the wall?

Always apply Wallrock Thermal Liner with the fluffy side to the wall leaving the smooth flat side facing outwards.

With Wallrock Thermal Liner, how do I tackle external corners?

Well you have 2 options as Wallrock Thermal liner will bend around the corner and this will give you a rounded corner.  Alternatively you can cut and butt joint at the corner, this option is best if you are applying a Wallrock Lining Paper or Wallrock Textured paper on top as it will hide the joint.

Is it alright to put more than one layer of Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner on?

Yes it is, and you should make sure that the first layer of Latex Sound Proof Wall Liner  has dried out completely before applying another layer. You must use the Wallrock Thermal Liner Adhesive.

How much adhesive will 1 roll of Sound Proof Insulating Liner use?

On average, on flat surfaces 2kg, on damaged and textured surfaces 3kg. *Typical coverage for Sound Proof Insulating Liner may vary depending on application*. We recommend the use of Wallrock Thermal Liner Adhesive only.

Is it ok to put more than one layer of Sound Proof Insulating Liner on?

Yes, just make sure that the first layer of Sound Proof Insulating Liner has dried out completely before applying another layer; you must use the Wallrock Thermal Liner Adhesive.

How much Thermal Liner Adhesive does 1 roll of Wallrock Thermal Liner use?

On average, flat surfaces of Wallrock Thermal Liner use 3.5kg of Thermal liner Adhesive , damaged and textured surfaces use 5kg. *Typical coverage may vary depending on application*.

What area does 1 roll of Wallrock Thermal Liner cover?

The roll size of  Wallrock Thermal Liner  is 10m x 75cm and covers 7.5 Square Metres – to find out how many rolls you need please use our wallpaper calculator in the top navigation.

With Wallrock Thermal Liner, how do I tackle external corners?

Well you have 2 options – Wallrock Thermal liner will bend around the corner and this will give you a rounded corner, alternatively you can cut and butt joint at the corner, this option is best if you are applying a Wallrock Lining Paper or Wallrock Textured paper on top as it will hide the joint.

Do I paste the wall or the Wallrock Thermal Liner?

Wallrock Thermal Liner is a ‘Paste the Wall Product Only’. We recommend the adhesive should be applied with a roller directly onto the wall.

 

Can I hang Wallrock Thermal Liner on ceilings?

Yes, but before applying Wallrock Thermal Liner,  you must lightly sand the ceiling and size with a PVA or Flake Adhesive. This will form a good surface for the Thermal Liner Adhesive to adhere to.

Can I paint directly on to the Wallrock Thermal Liner?

The answer is Yes you can.  The surface of the Wallrock Thermal Liner  is actually Wallrock Fibreliner which is a non-woven Lining Paper.

Wallrock Thermal Liner, why do you recommend lining over the top of it?

Two main reasons for lining over the top of  Wallrock Thermal Liner – 1) Makes it much easier to achieve a nice neat finish with minimal filling and sanding. 2) It helps your investment from damage creating a good base for paint or decorative wallpaper at the same time.

Important – If you are planning to hang lining paper on top of Wallrock Thermal Liner, we strongly recommend that you use a non-woven lining paper such as Wallrock Fibreliner Plus, Wallrock Fibreliner or Wallrock premium.

Traditional lining paper shrinks and expands when pasted and can cause lifting on the joints In contrast; non-woven lining paper is dimensionally stable and ensures a perfect finish.

Applying Wallrock Thermal Liner, do we need to take off the existing wallpaper?

No, if the existing wallpaper is firmly stuck to the wall then Wallrock Thermal Liner should cover it, however if it has a deep pattern (more than 2.5mm) or is a Vinyl based paper we would recommend that it is taken off before applying the Thermal Liner. 

I like Wallrock Thermal Liner, where in the house can I use it for best effect?

Wallrock Thermal Liner is certainly most effective as an energy saver on outside walls and especially so if the walls are of solid construction (without cavities). However other key benefits of the product include acting as a sound insulation and covering over textured surfaces to produce a flat surface.

When using Wallrock Thermal Liner, what do you mean by outside walls?

When using Wallrock Thermal Liner, Walls inside the building which are exposed to the weather on the opposite side.

Before using Wallrock Thermal Liner

I remember the old polystyrene insulation tiles that were a fire hazard, so I have worries in this regard?

Wallrock Thermal Liner is classified as “E” according to DIN EN 13501-1 in relation to fire behaviour, which corresponds to “B2” (normally inflammable) according to the standard DIN 4102-1.

I like Wallrock Thermal Liner, however I’m worried about how it will look around light switches and skirting boards?

Wallrock Thermal Liner is less than 3.2mm thick and a neat finish is therefore possible in most applications, skirting, coving or light switches for example do not appear to be ‘sunk’ below the wall surface. Don’t forget,  WallrockThermal Liner works best on outside walls, significant benefits can be achieved without the need to apply it to every internal surface.

Can you use Wallrock Thermal Liner in bathrooms?

Yes you can use Wallrock Thermal Liner in bathrooms, and you must use ‘Thermal Liner Adhesive’ as it is specially formulated to hang Thermal Liner. However,  we  ‘Do Not’ recommend you use within shower areas.

With Wallrock Thermal Liner, it is OK saying I will save money but will I physically notice a difference?

With Wallrock Thermal Liner, yes you will, especially when the heating is first turned on as room warm up time is reduced dramatically and the air currents that make you feel cold whilst the room warms up are also reduced. This is of course in addition to all the other benefits such as a reduction in noise through the treated wall.

 

How does Wallrock Thermal Liner work?

Wallrock Thermal Liner works in a different way to traditional insulating products. For a start we realise that rooms are rarely heated constantly 24 / 7. So Wallrock Thermal Liner works by reducing warm up times dramatically as is begins to work immediately the heating is turned on because it is on the inside of the outside wall. Conventional products only work after the inside wall has being heated which can take hours – the very time you are likely to be in the room. Once the room has warmed up Wallrock Thermal continues to resist energy loss.

Before applying Wallrock Thermal Liner, I have some really bad textured walls, do I need to take special precautions over such poor surfaces?

Not really, just make sure the walls are clean, dry and solid before applying Wallrock Thermal Liner. If the texture is very deep as with some decorative plaster effects it is advisable to sand down the high points and use extra adhesive to help level the surface. We would advise that after hanging the first drop stand back and make sure the results are satisfactory.

How much Thermal Liner Adhesive does 1 roll of Wallrock Thermal Liner use?

On average, flat surfaces use approximately 3.5kg of Thermal Liner Adhesive, where as damaged and textured surfaces use approximately 5kg. *Typical coverage may vary depending on application*.

What area does 1 roll of Wallrock Thermal Liner cover?

The roll size for Wallrock Thermal Liner  is 10m x 75cm and covers 7.5 Square Metres – to find out how many rolls you need please use our wallpaper calculator in the top navigation.

Which side of the Wallrock Thermal Liner should go against the wall?

Always apply your Wallrock Thermal Liner with the fluffy side of the liner to the wall leaving the smooth flat side facing outwards.

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