We call wrapping to all our selfadhesive vinyl to decorate furniture, wall and floor.
Our cleanable selfadhesive vinyl for furniture, wall and floor is a layer with rectangular dimensions made by vinyl material.
Its back face is protected with a silicone paper and it has adhesive. You don't need any additional product to install your vinyl over straight surfaces without frames.
You can use our adhesive vnyl to decorate houses, shops, offices, schools, restaurants, etc. Of course, it's ok for outdoor.
You can stick vinyl over almost type of surfaces from home, business and shops. The most important is a flat and straight surface.
Furniture from kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, doors, drawers, wardobes, tables, desks, sideboards, etc.
Wall: flat, painted wall, display cabinet, marble tile, metal, etc.
Floor: tiles, parquet flooring, laminate flooring, marble floor, stairs, etc.
Electrical apliance like fridge doors, etc.
We have no stock, we make the vinyl with own sizes at the moment we cheking the order in out system.
Take a look to the images gallery of products before purchasing the order to check the design.
No. Every our designs have specific measurements, as you can see above. Could you imagine sticking a complete design piece by piece? It would be difficult and the result couldn't be what you think. Remember we have just 4 sizes by design.
Transparent vinyl: Some designs have transparent option, it just in glossy or matte finish. It's very interesting for office display cabinet, shop window, mirror, screen, etc. If you like some design and it has not the transparent option activated, please, tell to us ;)
Opaque viny: Our normal vinyl has a white base on the surface and grey in the back, so it evoids transparency with the backgropund.
We have 4 different finish for our self-adhesive vinyl:
Matte: The most popular finish. It evoid reflexions so, it's perfect to enjoy the full design from every point of view.
Glossy: A very good imitation of shine over polished surface. A marble texture design with this finish will be great.
Floor: It is what you need to decorate the floor at home. Very resistent and you can wash it with clean products.
Yes, of course. Our vinyls are washable, so, no problem. The ink is protected, so you can use clean products.
Evoid abrasive liquids like acid, etching, etc.
No problem. You can wait for days or weeks until you decide stick it. If you are going to wait, we recommend open the piece over a table or, if you want to hold it inside the cartoon tube, it has to be in vertical position.
• Where to stick vinyl with dry metod: wall, furniture, door, cupboard, table, computer, laptop, etc.
• Where to stick vinyl with wet metod: crystal, metal, mirror, windows, etccristales, metacrilatos, chapas metálicas, espejos... You hae to use a sprayer with water and a pair of soap drops.
Cooktop is a space where you work with sharp tools, so it's dangerous for the vinyl. Lokoloko doesn't recommend it.
Yes, but just in the wall of the bar.
You can stick it on the top too, but, be careful with ti, because is a space with a lot of use.
Yes. The surface of vinyl can be wet and you can clean it. Teh design will be perfect.
Yes, no problem. It's easy to remove vinyl from furniture, tiles, doors, floor... If a vinyl is paster for long, perhaps it would drop residue, so you can clean it easly with clean products.
If wall has bad quality paint, there is possibility it broken and you will have to paint after again.
Yes. Self-adhesive vinyl is a thin film which attach prerfectly on the surface, and it shows you any joint or particle between vinyl and surface.
Si. El vinilo es una película fina que se adhiere perfectamente a la superficie, por lo que será un “chivato” de cualquier imperfección o junta que haya debajo.
If you use a design with a lot of details, it will dissimulate those relief.
We use 100% odorless eco-friendly inks, nickel free.
International organization certificated signatures: UL ECOLOGO®, UL GREENGUARD, PEFC, FSC... and AgBB³ criterion.
Material we use are manufactured in Europe and they have quality certificated and they have certificate of falme resistance DIN EN 13501-1V.
Yes!! Our selfadhesive vinyls are adapted to use water on it, so, no problem :)
No, it can't. The print is protected.
Our vinyl tolerate so good the low and high temperatures.
Yes, you can do it, no problem. We've tested it.
Our customers have installed it and the result is amazing. No problem with heat source, just evoid contact with flames.
Our vinyl are adapted for kitchen and wall of the ceramic-stoven. No problem if drop oil or liquid on the surface of the vinyl. The print is protected so design will be perfect. Remember clean it after.
You can use any clean products to clean floor, windows, tables, furniture...
Evoid abrasive liquids like acid, etching, etc.
Yes, yes, yes. Vinyl sticks perfectly over tiles. The junction will be appreciated.
Yes, of course. Be careful of quality of the paint you use on your wall. If the quality is bad, it will break.
It depends of the paint quality. Do it bit by bit and be careful paint keeps attach on the wall. If paint is good quality, no problem. If not, you must paint the wall again.
No!. We recommend wait for, at least, 15 days to be sure it will be dried. Paint xpel vapor after it is used, and this vapor could detach the vinyl. So, be pacient ;)
No, because gypsum gives off dust and particles, so vinyl won't stick appropiately.
Yes, it's possible, but, keep in mind this irregular surface. When you attach the vinyl on it you could see little shades. Depend of the design, it will look good (better if that design has details).
All our prints are protected by the finish, so, desings will be perfect always. No problem because of water or clean products. Just do it ;)
Yes, our adhesive vinyl are ok for outdoor. Keep in mind the quality of the floor, what kind of tile it has, the junction and cleanliness.
If you have doubt, send photos to us to take a look: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vinyl for floor is a decorative element, we recommend use it just for little places: next to the bed, in the center of living-room, on the foot of kitchen sink...
Costumers have already put selfadhesive vinyl on full floor (kitchen and bathroom overall) and those places look very well.
It's basic to know cleaning the floor is the first step you have to do when installing adehsive vinyl. Please, follow these steps to be sure:
Sweep the floor.
Wash the floor.
When it is dried, clean it using a clean cloth, even on the junctions.
No proble for vinyl on spaces where you use water like bathroom or kitchen. The vinyl is resistent to humidity and the print is protected, so, don't worry.
No. Its adhesive back gain strength for long. It's important the floor must be clean and dry to be sure the vinyl attach at the moment of installation.
No, it doesn't. When you remove the adhesive vinyl, the floor will be perfect. In some cases, if vinyl was attached for many years, perhaps it leaks a little adhesive residues, but normally not. Just clean with a cleaning products and you get it.
Our vinyl have certificates of 9-12 months in sport centre and shopping malls where pass through a lot of people every day, so, imagine what is the durability at home ;)
Pointed carrete heel could damage the vinyl if it makes a lot of pression over.
Vinyl for floor could suffer damage or scratches if dragging heavy objects over it with strong legs. It's recommendable add felt in the pegs of chairs and tables.
Wall decals is made with adhesive vinyl (material like plastic) and it's possible to stick in a lot of surfaces. A perfect element for indoor decorations.
We have 2 types:
Cut vinyl: It's a silhouette plain color without background nor white borders. We have designs of 1, 2, 3 and more color combinations.
Multicolor vinyl sticker: It's printing silhouette, no white borders, no background, just the design with all colors.
The package has your vinyl rolled and protected inside a carton tube.
• Transfer: It's the first layer and help us to translale the vinyl to de wall or surface easily. The design keeps all elements in the correct position.
• Vinyl: It's the main material, where the design is cutt and/or printed. It's the element which will hold sticked on the wall.
• Paper silicone: It's the bottom layer which protect the adhesive back of vinyl.
Our wall decals can live outdoor about 5-7 years and more than 90 indoor with good conditions and avoiding damage, scratch, flames, etc.
Yes, it's very important you select a color. By default it appears black but it doesn't mean black color is selected. Please, be sure you click the color you want.
This option simulate your wall, use as if it is the color of your wall. It's just illustrative.
Some of our designs of wall decals are packs with a lot of independent elements and their sizes are showed with S, M, L and XL letters. In the images gallery you can see the reference of every element and its measurements.
Self-adhesive wallpaper is a material made to get amazing and big murals to put them on the wall at home, shops, offices, hotels, bedrooms and more.
You don't aditional products to stick our self-adhesive wallpaper on the wall. Just spray water on its back and the wall. Once it is in the correct postion, make pression with your hands to attach the wall paper to the wall.
If you want to stick several pieces, they have to go aligned side by side. Don't overlap one over the next. Just together.
We recommend this videotutorial about "How to stick wallpaper on the wall" to learn all steps you need to know :)
No, it hasn't. Just clean the surface with a dry cloth when it needs.
These are the more common tools you need to paste decorative vinyl on every surface you want:
• Clean and dry cloth: The surface must to be clean before any installation.
• Squeegee: We use this tool to stick the vinyl to the wall making pression on it.
*Tips: If you don't have squeegee, you can make your one covering a credit card or similar into a cloth. This is the best way to get a rigid and smooth customized squeegee. DIY ;)
*We add a squeegee with the order of every vinyl :)
• Scissors and cutter: Cutting tools are useful to make more easy the installation process.
We will use scissors cut the back paper (which protects the adhesive face).
We will use cutter (or needle) to poke air bubbles, and to fix parts of vinyl too.
• Painter tape: To hole the vinyl on the wall before installation or to mark corners on the wall to mmake more easy the position. L
• Measurement tape: We will use it when we need know distances on walls, height with the floor, etc.
• Hair dryer: It's not necessary but sometimes we could need it.
Of course. The most important step is that. The surface where you want to put adhesive vinyl has to be completly cleaned and dry. If it has dust and you try to stick your vinyl, it will go down, so, please, clean the wall before.
Gotelé is a very common technique of painting wall used in Spain, where surface has a lot of little reliefs. To stick a wall decals on this kind of wall it's possible but a little difficult. Take a look at this videotutorial about how to do it.
We recomment install it as soon as possible. If pass much time, the transfer sheet could became rigid and could be very stressful. Don't wait for more than 15 days.
No. After painting a wall, the paint continues expelling vapor por 10-15 days and it could detach the vinyl. Please, wait for 15 days more or less before to install de wall decals.
There are a lot of ways to install a wall decals. It depends of the design, elements, etc.
Visit this Youtube List with our videotutorials to learn all tips to install your vinyls.
We teach you the basic steps to learn how to install a standar wall decals:
1. Before installing the vinyl, clean the surface with a dry cloth.
2. Place the vinyl on the wall using painter tape to hold it.
3. Detach the half of vinyl and cut the back paper.
4. Stick this part making pression over the vinyl with the squeegee, from the centre to out.
5. Remove the rest of back paper and continue sticking the wall decals.
6. Remove the transfer to descover the vinyl.
7. You get it!
Yes, sure. It's n easy installation. Visit our Youtube channel to learn all steps and tips.
Yes. The most important step is to clean the surface where you will put your wall decals.
Then unroll the vinyl and make pression with squeegee over the transfer to be sure the vinyl attach very good on the transfer to can translate the best as possible.
What you can to do is to make pression with help of back paper to put the vinyl on the adhesive transfer face. We think those pics from our Blog could help you a lot. Check them!!
After installation you could find small air bubbles trapped on the vinyl. Just take a cutter or needle to pock them and make pression with your fingers to expel the air.
It's very easy. Raise a corner or edge of vinyl and pull backward to detach it from the wall.
You can heat it up using a hair dryer. Vinyl will soften.
Yes. Take a look at out YOUTUBE Channel to learn basic and advanced steps of sticking in dry-cleaning ways.
These are the best surfaces to put vinyl in dry-cleaning: painted wall, tables, doors, wodd furniture, floor, tiles.
We teach you basic steps to learn how to paste self-adhesive vinyl on a wood furniture.
1. Clean the surface with a clean cloth. Fundamental step.
2. Place the vinyl* on the surface and hold it with painter tape. If you want to put it on a table, we recommend leave weight on the centre of vinyl to avoid it moves or turns.
*(idealy if vinyl is bigger than surface)
3. Detach the first part and cut with scissors the back silicone paper.
4. Paste the first part using a squeegee or credit card. Make pression from center to up and out.Pega esta primera parte desde donde está sujetado hacia arriba. Ejerce presión para evitar burbujas de aire. Making good pression to avoid air bubbles.
5. Roll the vinyl up to the pasted part to make more easy the installation.
6. Detach vinyl until you can hold the edge of back paper and roll with the same hand.
7. When it is pasted, cover the borders or cutt the excess of vinyl using a cutter.
8. The new look of your furniture is done!
In this case a videotutorial costs more than 1000 words, so take a look to this video of "How to cover the edges with vinyl".
Yes, it's possible, but not entirely. In this example you can cover the lateral sides, but not up and down, which have to be cutt.
Yes. It's an easy method. Using water we can reposition the vinyl and correct its position before sticking it. Full a sprayer with water and a drop of soap.
Surfaces where you can paste vinyl with water: tiles, smooth furniture as tables or doors, windows, marble, metal...
Raise a corner of vinyl and pull backward. If it is hard, use a hair dryer to heat it up. It will be sotfer and easy to detach. If it gives off residues, just clean it with cleaning products. No problem.
Sticking self-adhesive vinyl on furniture is very easy. In all case we recommendd to get pieces of vinyl bigger than surface to be sure we'll cover it.
You can find here some different process with photos.
Raise a corner of vinyl and pull upward to start removing it. If you keep perpendicular to the surface it will be easier. If it gives off residues, just clean it with any product or water. No problem.
No. The vinyl will stay pasted on the wall. But if that edge has a constantly brush with arms of people or everythings the vinyl is vulnerable to detach in that part.
We recommend be careful with the vinyl. It hasn't excess from the edge of the wall to avoid that type of situations.
To be sure, the limit of vinyl has to finish near of the edge but not in the end.
You can place a corner piece as protection of the border.
Please, pay attention to these videos. You will see it's very easy :)
Don't worry. Our adhesive vinyl are ready to resist humidity. Printing is protected, be sure to put it in bathrooms, kitchen or floor porch.
To complete the installation of a big mural you need several pieces of vinyl, thats why overlap is important to avoid separation between them.
Most of our designs are ready to be overlap (1/2cm coincidence side), so at the moment of installation you have to be sure that side coincide between two vinyl pieces.
It's a design adapted to the need of customers (size, orientation, finish, vinyl or wallpaper, etc).
Yes. Just send a email to email@example.com with all information we must need to make a budget: measurements of surfaces you want to cover, design you want to use, finish, vinyl or wallpaper, etc.
Customized products have higher cost than standard ones because we have to adapt and make digital changes and more, depend of the instructions of the customer. So, that's mean: + time / + price.
Once you are ok, we will send you a link to do the purchase, and then we'll show you a with the previous image of the design adapted. When you tell to us all is ok, it will be de moment to make them.
The most important are measurements of surfaces you want to decorate and type of each one (wood, tile, marble, etc.). If add photos it will be better.
Also what's your idea and design you want to use for it.
Think about if our standard sizes give you enough vinyl to wrap the surface you want to decorate (table, door, floor, stand TV, wall, etc). Purchasing standard sizes is cheaper than customized product.
For example: to wrap a table of 85x100cm is ok with a S size (95x120cm).
The continuity is just for geometric designs. It is not necessary with textures of wood, marble or cement.
For example: Imagine a column of drawers (50x15cm each one). If you only want to cover the faces of them, you can stick a vinyl over all and them cutt with a cutter between drawers.
Also if you want to wrap the edges, what you have to do is sticking every vinyl independently. So, divide the vinyl in several pieces, but never with the exact measurements; the best way is bigger than surfaces to be sure you will wrap the entire drawer.
If you want continuity of design in all vinyls, we must to make a budget, because we have to adapt all of them correctly, and obviusly, the cost will be bigest.
Really what you have to do is measure all walls of a room and draw a map which will represent the floor. Take all info you could need: walls, colums, bath, fixed furniture, etc.
The wall is just a rectangle: Measure height and width.
Hay paredes que tienen elementos fijados que no se pueden mover, por ejemplo en las cocinas: puertas, ventanas, mueble bajo, armarios superiores, etc. Deberás medir el “lienzo” (espacio disponible para forrar) de tu pared, anotando cualquier medida para que no se escape ninguna información.
Medir superficies independientes es fácil, sólo necesitas ancho x alto: mesas, puertas, cajones, caras frontales o laterales de un mueble, etc.
En muchos casos, quieras cantear o no, es recomendable que midas también el grosor de los bordes de estos muebles.
Hay muebles que combinan bordes rectos y bordes curvos (mide literalmente toda esta superficie de manera contínua), muy habituales en cuartos de baño y cocinas.
Mide cada pieza de manera independiente. Es muy útil que indiques números a cada pieza con su medida correspondiente. Indica también la medida de los bordes si quieres cantear el vinilo, e incluso la distancia entre cajones y puertas si es evidente que existe separación. Debemos tener bien anotada toda la información necesaria.
Por supuesto. El mueble arriba mencionado tiene unas dimensiones de 174x60xm (ancho x alto). Con una talla L de Lokoloko tienes material suficiente para cubrir toda esta superficie. En este caso solo podrás forrar las caras frontales de las superficies. No tendrás margen para trabajar los cantos.
Si. Es una manera muy fácil y rápida de pegar el vinilo autoadhesivo, aunque no cantees los bordes, y además mantendrás la continuidad del diseño entre las piezas del mueble. Ten cuidado de que los cajones o las puertas no se abran durante el proceso de instalación.
Echa un vistazo a este videotutorial en el que forramos las puertas de un archivador de oficina con vinilo autoadhesivo.
Lokoloko tiene 4 medidas estándar, así que tan sólo tienes que comprobar que cualquiera de estas piezas te da material suficiente para cubrir tu superficie a forrar (aconsejamos tener en cuenta material sobrante). En Algunas ocasiones tendrás que usar mas de 1 copia.
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