How To Start
Measure 20" from the center of the wall
Draw a line with a pencil along the level to create your reference line.
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.
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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