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Processing of RollBeton and RollRost wallpaper

Instructions for indoor and object applications

Store the product flat at room temperature for 24 hours before use, or heat the entire roll using a hair dryer (to prevent cracks).

Applying the wallpaper is a two person job.

Recommended tools

  • Cutter blade, water level, measuring tape/yardstick, toothed spatula, squeegee,
    wallpaper roller, brush, clean cloth

General characteristics of the substrate

The requirements as per DIN 18365 apply: dust-free, soot and dirt-free, dry; Absorbent substrates will require preparation with commercially available base coating. Suitable substrates: Wood, concrete, plasterboard, glass, metal, ...
For PVC substrates, please read adhesive information.

Preparation

  • Edging of the rolled material, or cutting it to size.

Processing tips for rusted look

  • Once applied to the wall, the joints may be spackled as well. Use a brush to apply some of the rust pigment from the RollRost surface onto the joint filler to create a unified rusted look.
  • The area should ideally be sealed using a criss-cross motion with a roller, once the joint filler has fully dried.

Characteristic of the rust surface

  • The rusted surface must be treated after mounting, as it will otherwise begin to bleed colour.

Processing tips

  • Mineral glue (included in the scope of delivery) is applied to the wall using the toothed spatula. Apply adhesive (instructions provided) to the substrate and the reverse of the product. Depending on ambient temperature, it may be advisable to slightly moisten the underside of the RollBeton/RollRost sheet to increase initial adherence.
  • A slight repositioning of the product on the substrate is possible only directly after application and where mineral glue is used.
  • Spray glue (contact adhesive, drawing threads) should not be used for non-absorbent substrates: Glass, varnish, plastic, etc.: apply glue to product and substrate, a later repositioning will not be possible.
  • Direct contact like wallpaper, processing the sheets with a double cut, or leaving a joint of the desired size to be filled later with the filler provided.
  • Best results are achieved by covering the direct contacts with masking tape (protection against the joint filler) and leaving the joints to harden for 24 hours.
  • The sheet is pushed against the wall using a squeegee and/or a brush.
    A wallpaper roller (e.g. solid rubber) should be used where contact adhesive is applied.
  • Leave the sheet to dry for 24 hours, only then start filling the joints.
    Where RollRost is applied, leave the grey joint filler to dry a little, then rub the rust onto the filler using a cloth or sponge.

Glue

Important: All surfaces must be dust-free, dry, and solid!
Spray adhesive (stringy, to be applied on both sides) cold glue, SPECIALIST ADHESIVE (Stones like Stones)
must be ordered separately.
Edges can be reworked using filler material.
Joints: direct contact or joints with filler

Specialist floor systems

  • 2 mm exact overlay thickness throughout
  • Easy to process – odour-neutral glue with good adhesion behaviour
  • Fire-proofing adjustable to B1
  • Sealed with high-quality PU sealing material, making it project-usable
  • Castor-proof
  • Highly resilient

SPECIALIST ADHESIVE

for pliable interior designs on a roll
Large area coverage • Strong • Quick-drying
Excellent adhesive strength, easy to apply,
good movement of the design sheets,
large area coverage, dries without staining.

Instructions

Stir the package content into2.5 litres of water.
Leave for 7 minutes and stir well once again,
mixing in 100 ml of the sealant.
Evenly coat the sheets with the adhesive, then apply sheets to the wall.
Join the sheets exactly and use a wallpaper roller to flatten them out.

Contents 180 g netto

StoneslikeStones GmbH

Examples of manually-crafted concrete joints

RollBeton von StoneslikeStones: Betondesign mit Sichtfuge
concrete imitation
with less failure surface
Das perfekte Betondesign mit RollBeton von StoneslikeStones
concrete imitation
with less failure surface
Sichtbare Fuge an RollBeton-Wand - 02416
concrete imitation
with less failure surface
Sichtbare Fuge und Gießloch-Optik bei RollBeton - 52031
RollBeton with spackled,
slightly raised joint
V-Fuge in RollBeton-Wand – das super Betondekor – 97902
Contemporary living with RollBeton
V joint and casting hole look
Perfektes Betondesign mit RollBeton  mit V-Fuge und Gießloch-Optik auf einem Messestand
RollBeton on chipboard with V joint
and casting hole look

Concealing 90° edges

  • The material can be applied around a 90° edge (possible only with spray glue or contact adhesive, do not use mineral glue)
  • This is a two-person job.
  • Roughen the edge slightly using a sander.
  • Heat the RollBeton or RollRost using a hair dryer, then carefully bend the now flexible material around the edge to prevent cracking.

Reworking and post-processing

  • Use a small felt roller or sponge to apply the sealant.
    This is how to achieve the most authentic look for the concrete wallpaper:
  • Once dried out, one option for further processing is to slightly sand the joints or the entire wall area to make the surface structure smoother. This will result in a few lighter areas, which is a desired effect.
    A later application of wax or a sealant will equalise these contrasts.
  • Where concrete casting holes are a desired effect, these can be drilled into the RollBeton wallpaper after application. You can choose the position and size of these design elements freely.

Please note

Information is provided to the best of our knowledge, with no guarantees given. The user is required to verify the suitability of the materials for the intended use. Subject to technical changes without notice. Material samples can only convey a general idea of its actual appearance, and will never fully combine all characteristics of colour, texture, structure, and composition. Variations of any kind are intended and do not represent grounds for complaints. Minor delays may be completely avoided.

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The wall surface is sanded and freed from any dirt residue or nails/screws.
The area should be as dust-free as possible.
A smoothing tool, like a spatula or similar, would be ideal here, followed by a wiping, brushing, or vacuuming of the area.

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Use an appropriate special spray glue (drawing threads, to be applied on the product and the substrate) to spray a spider web pattern of glue onto the wall. Only use spray glue on non-absorbent areas like glass, varnish, or plastic.
The reverse of the RollBeton sheet must also be sprayed.
After a few minutes of setting time, the adhesion properties of the glue will have optimally developed, which means a repositioning of the sheet will not be possible.

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As we have stressed above, this is a two-person job.
It will be best to attach the sheet from the top downwards.

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Appropriate tools will help to attach the RollBeton sheet evenly.
A hard rubber roller is perfectly suited to set the sheet onto the substrate.

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Wall sockets and light switches
can be marked for cutting out.

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Here you can see the opening for the wall socket, which was cut out using a carpet knife.

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Contact joints, corners, and outer edges are finished off using the filler provided, which can then be sanded down after about 2 hours of drying time. Irregularities on edges or corners, or at contact joints will afterwards no longer be visible.

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You can also sand the smooth RollBeton.
This will add a lighter effect to the concrete, making the end result look even more authentic after post-treatment.

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View of an outer corner with the raw edges of the RollBeton before filling.

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The outside corner is masked along the edges of the RollBeton sheet.
The open area is then filled with the filler provided, and all superfluous material is removed.

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The corner is now cleaned up using a sanding block.
The sanding dust is removed.

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Make sure that the RollBeton does not throw ant folds or bubbles.

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View of the finished corner before final post-treatment.
The last step is to treat the surface of the RollBeton. Wax, a matt varnish, or stain protector will create varying visual results.

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Inside corners and lower edges should be handled just like in carpeting.

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Cleaning and sanding of the lower edge.

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Inner corners should also be masked before using the filler to avoid any of the surplus filler attaching to the smooth surface.

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A clean, finished corner appears when the masking tape is removed.

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The completed area can be slightly roughened using 120 grain sand paper.
The patination or sealant is applied with a cloth or sponge. Surfaces can alternatively be treated with furniture wax, which will result in the concrete cire effect (antique look).

 

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