Zinsser® Sure Grip Universal Wall Covering Paste (2876) - 6 Pack
- 1 pint applicator
- For hanging pre-pasted borders and wallpaper over painted or primed surfaces
- Activates paste on pre- pasted paper
- Convenient no-mess spray
- Eliminates need for water tray
- Easy to use
- 1 pint hangs 5-6 spools of 6" border
- Goes on pink to show coverage but dries clear
- Formulated with Zinsser's mold and mildew shield
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Comments about Zinsser(r) Sure Grip Universal Wall Covering Paste (2876) - 6 Pack:
Bought this to secure a wall border over vinal coated wallpaper. The product said no need to wet paper so I spread it on with the included foam roller. Product stated that it would go on pink, but it went on white. That should have been my first clue that it might not work well. I tried it on a few short strips according to directions. The next day the border had started hanging off the wall. Took it off and tried wetting the prepasted border as you would usually do and then spread some of the paste on too. Next day I can see places on the border where it is coming off the wall. Now I need to get a different kind of paste and redo it all.