Primer creates a barrier between the wall and the paper so that the adhesive doesn’t overly bond with the wall material. An example of this is wallpapering directly onto unprimed drywall. The gypsum material in the drywall overly bonds with the adhesive in the wallpaper, which makes wallpaper incredibly difficult to remove without damaging the wall.
Priming also blocks color from showing through the new wallpaper. This is especially true if you’re hanging wallpaper on brightly colored walls. The last thing you’d want is to hang your beautiful new wallpaper, only to notice that bright green hue from the previous homeowner’s wall color is showing right through.
"PD&G Wallcover Inc." provides Priming Painting Service for wallpaper walls in Residential Homes, Model Homes, Commercial Office Buildings, Hotels, etc.
We are specialists in wallpaper prep work for your projects. Call us today at 949-487-9261.