Gone are the days when only paper wallpaper with a pattern was on the shelves of specialized hardware stores. Today's range of finishing products has expanded significantly. Materials with unique properties have appeared, combining original appearance and practicality, for example, "Marburg" wallpaper for painting. Undoubtedly, plain paper is cheap and environmentally friendly. But its fragility and short service life make many consumers choose more modern vinyl or non-woven coatings.
There are a lot of companies producing finishing materials, and they all vied with each other to praise their product. Therefore, it sometimes seems to the buyer that there is no fundamental difference who exactly developed and produced wallpaper for the walls. Marburg is the oldest German company with a solid history behind it. The company's specialists are constantly looking for non-standard solutions for your home. A collaboration of the company with a famous artistUlf Moritz gives products a refined and high-tech design. The master boldly experiments with color, using incredible combinations of materials: metal, vinyl chips, glass.
Creative natures can be advised wallpaper "Marburg" for painting. They withstand up to several layers of paint, so you can change the shade of the walls more than once. The non-woven fabric with a relief decor of foamed vinyl applied over it absorbs the coloring composition well. This combination of materials is a kind of palette. With its help, you can even create skillful imitations of frescoes. The manufacturer also took care of the presence in the catalogs of a wide range of borders and basement wallpapers. They are produced either already painted or clean, with the assumption that they will be decorated themselves.
What else do customers who choose Marburg wallpaper benefit from? Before painting, the walls are usually carefully leveled. The textured pattern of the canvas is able to hide small surface defects, so the number of filling cycles can be minimized. The reinforcing properties of non-woven fabric prevent the appearance of microcracks on the walls that form during the “shrinkage” of a new house.
Working with interlining is easier than with conventional finishes. The adhesive is applied directly to the wall. There is no need to wait for the canvas to be saturated with adhesive. Non-wettable mineral fibers ensure that moisture does not deform wallpaper to be painted."Marburg" is famous for the quality of its materials, but for especially picky customers, a special "anti-vandal" series was launched, which is not afraid of even the claws of pets.
Due to its special characteristics, paintable wallpaper "Marburg" can be used in bathrooms and kitchens. It is only important to correctly choose a water-based composition for finishing. It should have high moisture and abrasion resistance.
In addition, the products of the German manufacturer are absolutely safe for humans. Interlining refers to non-combustible materials. It is environmentally friendly, which is confirmed by the relevant certificates.