The use of the wallpaper has been increasingly frequent, because it renews the various types of environments, making them more beautiful, cozy and nice.
What many don’t know is that he appeared in China around 200 b.c., as a decorative element of palaces and walls of rich merchants.
Initially it was produced with rice paper, without any detail. After he was done with vegetable parchment, where artisans drew by hand, until the invention of wooden decorative stamps, which printed the drawings after being soaked in ink.
The Arabs have learned the technique with the Chinese, and they took the wallpapers to Europe in the 16th century. There, began to replace the fabrics and tapestries used by Europeans, for wallpapers with printed artwork.
So he became popular, and arrived in Brazil in the late 19th century European immigration, evolving into the wallpaper .
The wallpaper adhesive
The world today requires practicality, due to the rush of day-by-day. People not give up being received in their homes in a pleasant and cozy after a stressful day.
The wallpaper adhesive from foodanddrinkjournal is practical and decorates all types of environments: walls, doors, Windows, Windows, tiles, furniture, appliances, etc.
Is developed within the concept “apply yourself”, since it does not require skilled labor, for ease of installation.
Unlike wallpaper that require glue application, leaving strong smell, the wallpaper adhesive is sticker(no need of glue), which greatly reduces the cost, time of application and makes no mess. In addition, it is environmentally friendly because it does not have heavy metals and is nontoxic.
Can be applied in internal and external environments, with high durability. It is also adjustable in the time of application, anti-mold, anti-bacterium, does not propagate the fire, and much to the surprise of many, he is washable!
With it is possible to create an own compositionusing different themes of papers and wall stickers.
The wallpaper adhesive is the true evolution of the wallpaper with very attractive prices.