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Hi, I'm Shelbe and I'm the packaging team lead at Stikwood.

Tools You'll Need
Level
Pencil
J Roller
Tape Measure
Step 1
Measure Your Wall

Measure 20" from the center of the wall

Step 2
Reference Line

Draw a line with a pencil along the level to create your reference line.

Step 3
Place the First Piece

Remove the adhesive strips off of the back of the plank and place on the reference line. Roll over the plank with the J roller. We use a pressure sensitive adhesive and requires enough pressure to ensure contact.

Step 4
Finish Your Wall

Stagger planks, making sure not to leave any gaps between two planks. It can be difficult to fit a plank in-between two surrounding planks. Continue to install until the wall is filled. Tip: when installing, be sure that the seams do not match up to one another.

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