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|Package Dimensions||18 x 5.2 x 1.5 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||4|
Grey Marble 3460306 Adhesive Film Set of 4 Rolls
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Decorate your kitchen or bathroom in a misty marble texture. This easy to use adhesive film adds a shiny new finish on plain flat surfaces. A mixture of greys and whites float beautifully together, bringing a wonderful new aesthetic to your home. Each pack comes on a 17.7in X 78.7in Roll
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Suggestion: Youtube "how to do corners with contact paper" so you get clean corners.
It's only a little bit of a pain in the butt to put on, which is ok because I expected it to be a large pain in the butt.
Here are a few tips:
1) I think the most important thing is to unroll it slowly as you work so that you can hold the excess paper as tight and taut as possible while you smooth it on. I used a 6 inch plastic ruler to work out the air bubbles. Slow and steady wins the race when putting this on, but the results are worth it for the money!
2) I followed the suggestion of another reviewer and googled "how to do corners with contact paper" and found a lot of helpful suggestions. As usual, the internet makes everything look a little bit easier than it really is, but I was able to finagle a few ideas together and make them work for me.
3) The paper was just a little too narrow to cover the entire top of the dressers, so I had to use two strips. There's a seam where the two meet - this would be almost impossible to avoid as it's not an actual slab of marble and I am not some sort of contact paper whisperer. For my purposes, this is totally fine - I used as wide of a piece as possible and then used a smaller strip at the back of the dresser. Since the dressers are against a wall, and I have various tchotchkes on them, it's really not noticeable. If you are covering a large and/or highly visible surface, this something I would consider.
It's hard to get the patterns to match up along a seam - and even if you did, it would likely mean wasting a lot of paper AND the seam would still be visible if you were looking at it from close up. If this is the type of thing that would drive you bonkers, it might not be the right fit for you. I also think curved surfaces/corners would be tough. Do-able for those folks out there that are pluckier and more patient than me, but I probably would have lost my marbles.
4) Have your tools laid out within arm's reach before you start - once you remove the backing from the adhesive, it's really all systems go time. Here are the things I found most helpful:
• Plastic ruler to use for a "squeegee". Obviously it doesn't have to be plastic, or even a ruler, but you are going to want something rigid/strong for this. I found the advantage of the ruler to be that there's no handle - I did this project on my own, so I found myself contorted at odd angles for much of the time, and a squeegee handle would have been unwieldy to manage.
• X-acto knife - I used the scissors for making big cuts and the x-acto knife for cleaning up the edges and doing the corners.
• Pencil - helpful to measure/mark the back of the paper for extra strips/pieces.
All in all, for the price, it's a seriously awesome product for small projects. I ended up needing to buy two rolls for this project (two dressers), but have most of the second roll leftover for a rainy day DIY.