Installation Guide - Wood Roll

Installation is simple, easy and perfect for DIY lovers. No need for a saws, drills, nails or screws. Just follow the installation guide and enjoy that new luxury feature timber look in no time.

Things you will need:

  • Ruler or Tape Measure
  • Sharp Scissors or Stanley knife (new ones ideally)
  • Pencil
  • Cleaning Agent (sugar soap or dish washing liquid)
  • Cleaning Cloth
  • Bucket of Warm Water
  • Contact Adhesive and or Liquid Nails (as required) *
  • Light grit Sandpaper
  • Paint Brush
  • Paint or Stain
  • Silicone or Caulk (for any open/exposed edges)

* This can be purchased form your local hardware store and may have additional recommendations for best results of applications.

  • Step 1 - Clean the Surface

    To ensure the wood roll adheres well to the surface you are working on, give it a good clean with some sugar soap and warm water. Wait for the area to be touch dry before proceeding to the next step.

  • Step 2 - Measure

    Measure your space to confirmyou have the right amount of wood roll to complete the project. Then measure and mark up with a pencil where you will need to cut from your wood roll.

  • Step 3 - Cut

    Remember to measure twice cut once!

    Using a sharp pair of scissors or stanley knife cut along the Wood Roll in the desired direction for your project.

  • Step 4 - Check

    Check that your wood roll piece will fit the space you want to adhere it to. Simply hold it up against the surface and re- confirm it is the right fit. A light sanding may be required for any exposed or rough-cut edges.

  • Step 5 - Apply Glue

    Apply a generous layer of contact adhesive and or liquid nails to the backing of the Wood Roll. For best application ensure an even spread of the adhesive reaching all the edges of the roll.

  • Step 6 - Apply to Surface

    Apply the wood roll to the surface pressing firmly across all sections. Ensure that the wood roll has been pressed against the surface to allow the glue to adhere. We recommend holding pressure for a few minutes to ensure it gets a good hold to the surface.

  • Step 7 - Paint

    Either paint or stain your Wood Roll to complete the look. A light surface sanding is recommended for best results. Apply two coats of paint or stain to the wood roll in your desired colour. For a professional finish caulk or silicone any joins on walls or gaps as required.

  • Step 8 - Enjoy!

    Depending on the area the Wood Roll has been installed you may want to apply a layer of clear topcoat/sealer to complete the installation however this is not required.

    Otherwise enjoy the completed installation and admire how this addition has enhance the look and feel of the space.