I purchased this to cover up some damaged cupboard doors in my classroom. The vinyl is soft and easily manipulated. I used a wide "number 6" paint brush to apply it like wall paper. I did not have any difficulty with air bubbles. It can be adjusted if applied to a smooth surface -- but the damaged areas without lamination was a problem. I gave it a 4 star rating because the vinyl is easily damaged by markers and pens. If you try to wash off the ink, you will wash off the color. I discovered this while intentionally trying to damage a square -- so I would know what to ask my students not to do! But overall, they were easy to apply, cut and otherwise make a fun design on my tattered room.
I placed this on my modern, newly remodeled bathroom wall behind two floating shelves. Took me a while to get it in position (working alone) using painters' tape and a 4' level. Once it was in place, I marked the corners with a pencil and started peeling off the backing. It helped that it is made of a very sturdy vinyl. My contractor wants to post it on his Facebook page once I get the quartz table on wheels I'm having built that will go under it. Everyone is raving about it. I was going to project a flower picture and paint it on the wall but this is MUCH better! (Sorry, can't edit 1st photo to rotate)
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