- 1. Materials & Installation
- 1. Is the paint toxic?05.11.15More
The tree is printed using the latest in safe ink technology. The special latex printer uses water-based inks that are odourless and non-toxic. Not only is the material safe for your children it is safe for the environment too.
- 2. How do I remove my tree?05.11.15More
Remove the decorations and clips and slowly and gently peel down from the top. If you wish to reposition your tree you can roll the tree down on itself. Although it sticks to itself it will not damage it in any way and you can then simply roll it back up on another wall.
- 3. Will they leave a mark?05.11.15More
No residue or sticky walls will be left behind after removal. Please ensure you slowly peel back the wallpaper from the wall, as ripping may cause brittle or freshly painted walls to flake. If you have recently painted your wall please ensure you give it ample time to cure before applying your tree.
- 4. Can Treekandi be reapplied?05.11.15More
The special wallpaper can be re-positioned, removed and re-applied to your walls over and over again. The adhesive properties of our wallpaper remain constant and offer continued easy installation and removal.
- 5. What about bubbles?05.11.15More
Treekandi's unique removable sub-state is made from a fabric material. This allows the wallpaper to breathe and bubbles will simply disappear by rubbing your hand over the affected area. In the event a bubble returns, simply lift the wallpaper and smooth over again firmly with your hand.
- 6. How long should I wait to hang decorations after the clips have been attached?05.11.15More
When you apply the adhesive clips it is imperative that you wait the hour before hanging anything off them. The glue needs to set. I have put in an extra packet of clips to make sure you have plenty should you have any problems.