Available in grades 800, 1000, 1200, 1400, 1700 and 2000, Erfurt MAV lining papers produce the perfect base for decorating with other wall coverings, emulsion painting and some paint effects. There is a grade suitable for all decorating applications.
Provides a degree of surface reinforcement, covers small cracks and defects whilst preparing surfaces for paint or decorative wallpaper.
Recommended adhesive: Good quality ready mixed. Pattern Repeat: free match.
800 Grade Lining
Our ERFURTmav Professional linings are the brand of choice for many professional decorators throughout the UK. Carefully selected long fibre, pure paper pulp is used to produce paper with excellent tensile strength and easy cutting characteristics, even when soaked.
So what makes it ‘pure’? Quite simply it’s made from pure pulp, sourced from carefully managed forests accredited by either FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) or PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification*).
The heavier the grade of lining the more effectively it will cover and smooth out defects.
For the ultimate coverage on badly damaged plaster or textured surfaces we recommend our ‘back to flat’ products: Wallrock Fibreliner, Wallrock R300 Liner and Wallrock Thermal Liner, or try our Insulating Lining Paper.
Exclusively produced to create a smooth finish on walls and ceilings.
single length: 10m x 56cm coverage: 5.6m² approxdouble length: 20m x 56cm coverage: 11.2m² approxquad length: 40m x 56cm coverage: 22.4m² approx
For 800 Grade Professional Lining Paper
Recommended paste - Dry flake or good quality ready mixed.
This is a simple wallpaper calculator and should be used as a guide only. You can find the roll width and roll length you are after on the specific product page.Roll widths are provided in meters (such as 0.5 x 10mtr) so your wall widths and heights should be inputted in meters also.If you are purchasing an offset match product then you may need a little extra as there may be some waste. If you have any windows or doors in your walls you can simply ignore these. This will give a good estimate of required roll numbers.