Nufelt Acoustic Wall Covering

Nufelt wall covering installation

Installation Guide

Instructions for the installation of our Nufelt Acoustic Wall Covering collection.


  • Inspect wall surfaces to ensure they are structurally sound and free of dirt, grease, and markings.
  • Clean off any debris and markings and ensure surface is dry before beginning installation process.
  • Carefully inspect all rolls (rolls are shipped separately in heavy duty poly bags) and we will not be responsible for damage after goods are cut.
  • Material is designed to be dry hung (do not use a pasting machine).
  • Apply a premixed, heavy-duty vinyl wall covering adhesive directly to the wall and allow it to dry overnight.

IMPORTANT: Adhesive is ready mixed and should not be diluted. Do not apply paste to the back of the wall covering.

Once the first coat of wall covering adhesive is completely dry, apply a second coat of undiluted adhesive to the wall and allow the adhesive to dry until it has a slight tack- ability to the touch.

Wall covering should be hung straight up without alternating strips (All seams should be vertical, nap going the same way, and at least 15 centimetres away from the inside or outside of corners). For best results, apply full widths of material wherever possible. Headers and doors may cause shading.

Begin hanging by cutting the first wall covering strip to the desired length, adding 5 cm for overlap onto ceiling and 5 cm for overlap onto base. Material is not factory trimmed – it is necessary for installer to cut a straight edge.

All edges must be butt joined.

Continue to install a second and third strip following the same process as with the first strip. Inspect the three strips for colour, uniformity, and proper application. Continue installation, stopping to inspect for product correctness and proper application every three strips. If a problem is detected after any three strips are applied, stop work immediately and call Customer Service. (Shading is normal due to the lustrous needle-punch pile and should not be considered a defect).

Date: September 2022