Edging is an irreplaceable design detail. They are used as a finishing element on or under room ceilings, to frame windows, doors, mirrors, paintings, etc. Often, skirting boards are used as a finishing element for plinths. This requires marking the orientation and location of the edging before starting the gluing work.
After the plinth has been pasted, the edging is pasted into the junction with the base fleece wallpaper.
Tools: plastic trowel, office knife or knife with sliding clamp
Careful separation of the edging in the corner is achieved by a double cut.
Usually, wallpaper of a different pattern is glued over the border. For edge trimming, a double incision is made along the edge of the border using a stationery knife and a ruler, which allows the border to be adapted precisely to the surface of the wallpaper.