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Old 07-08-2011, 10:54 PM   #1
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I can't seem to find out much about Metylan's new liquid concentrate.

Have any other paperhangers used it, and if so what do they think of it?

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Old 07-08-2011, 11:30 PM   #2
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never heard of it.
"Liquid" ? sounds like an activator

is it a cellulose?

Pre mix?

please tell all you know



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I really don't know anything else about it.

Just wondered if anyone else did.
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Try this link.

It should open up a PDF put out by Henkel, and scroll down to page 11.
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It appears to be a liquid concentrate to mix with water for a cellulose paste, rather than being a powder. Only being rolled out in Western/Eastern Europe.
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No, it's newly available here in New Zealand too.

I use the regular Metylan paste for non woven papers, but I was wondering if, as Henkel states, it really is suitable for all wallpapers.
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it don't look like we here in the USA will have it available for some time.

I was always trained that cellulose was the weakest of the pastes. It is also the safest as far as staining goes. It also has the highest moisture content.

Without further investigation, I can not agree, on face value, that it is suitable for ALL wallpapers, unless when they say "wallpapers", they are limiting it to PAPERS and not vinyls.

But that's not the first time that a paste manufacturer says their product is the best for all wallcoverings.

Don't get me wrong, I love cellulose, but only when appropriate.



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Some good, and valid comments so far. Thanks.
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Mark,

When you say you use it for non-wovens, are you pasting the paper or the wall ?



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