lining paper

lining paper

1. A paper, usually waterproof, fastened to the studding of frame buildings before nailing on the weatherboarding; used under slates and shingles in roofing.
2. An undercoat paper, applied to a surface as a base for a decorative wallpaper.
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Turn out on to a wire rack, peel off the lining paper, and leave to cool completely.
QWE HAVE three rooms decorated with a thick lining paper and then painted.
Printing At Cover, Lining Paper And Cloth,Other Detail-Cover As Per Sample
Usually if you're painting wallpaper, it's lining paper that goes on first, then the joints get filled, then you emulsion the paper and during this process you would check the condition of the walls.
Run a palette knife around the edge of the tin, turn out the loaf, peel off the lining paper, and finish cooling on a wire rack.
QI'M trying to paste lining paper to a shiny emulsioned wall, but after the paint dries, the paper just comes away.
When cold, peel off the lining paper and fold the paper into three triangles, with the two outer triangles going one way and the centre one pointing the other.
Employing a plasterer needn't be expensive, but it is quite a messy job and even newly replastered walls can develop hairline cracks within weeks, which you'll need to fill, or cover with lining paper.
The mill produced 225,000 tons a year of high perfor-mance plasterboard lining paper, but bosses claimed it had become uncompetitive.
If you live in an older property with perhaps uneven or bumpy walls, you will benefit from laying thick lining paper before adding your decorative layer.