Wallpaper is a common wall decoration material in home decoration. It is favored by consumers because of its rich colors, patterns, and textures. However, since the environment in which wallpaper is located is relatively harsh and is easily affected by pollution and dirt, the anti-fouling properties of wallpaper are particularly important.
The antifouling properties of wallpaper refer to whether the material and coating on its surface can effectively resist pollution and dirt. The stain resistance of wallpaper depends on several factors, including material, surface coating, color, texture, etc. Generally speaking, the better the stain resistance of the wallpaper, the longer its service life will be.
1. Comparison of antifouling properties of wallpaper
Paper Wallpaper: Paper wallpaper is less stain-resistant because it does not have any coating on the surface and is easily affected by pollution and dirt. In addition, paper wallpaper is also susceptible to moisture. Once it gets damp, it will deform, shortening the service life of the wallpaper.
Latex wallpaper: Latex wallpaper is better at stain resistance because it has a latex coating on the surface that can effectively resist pollution and dirt. In addition, latex wallpaper also has certain moisture-proof properties and is not easily deformed by moisture.
PVC wallpaper: PVC wallpaper is very anti-fouling because there is a layer of PVC film on its surface, which can effectively resist all kinds of pollution and dirt. In addition, PVC wallpaper also has certain moisture-proof properties and is not easily deformed by moisture.
Non-woven wallpaper: Non-woven wallpaper is also very anti-fouling because it has a coating on the surface that can effectively resist all kinds of pollution and dirt. In addition, non-woven wallpaper also has certain moisture-proof properties and is not easily deformed by moisture.
2. How to improve the antifouling properties of wallpaper?
First of all, you must choose good quality wallpaper to ensure that the anti-fouling properties of the wallpaper are good.
Darker wallpapers have better stain-resistant properties than lighter colors. Because dark-colored wallpaper can effectively cover pollution and dirt, it is less likely to be contaminated.
Choose wallpaper with a coating that can effectively resist all kinds of pollution and dirt, improving anti-fouling properties.
Regular cleaning of wallpaper is also an important step to improve stain resistance. Use special detergents when cleaning, and do not use too harsh detergents to avoid damaging the surface coating.
In short, the antifouling property of wallpaper is one of the important factors to ensure its service life. Choosing good quality wallpaper and cleaning it regularly are effective measures to improve stain resistance.