FAQs

Yes, 3M Di-NOC Architectural Vinyl is fire rated to CE and EN 13501-1 standards. Specific details on performance can be found here https://multimedia.3m.com/mws/media/1451644O/declaration-of-performance-3m-di-noc-di-noc-1-cpr-ja0017.pdf

Our wallpaper is also fire rated to CE and EN 13501-1 standards.

Our professional installers make it look easy but unfortunately that’s not the case. Wallpaper and flat surface Di-NOC installation is fairly straight-forward but if it’s a high quality finish you’re looking for then it’s best to leave it to the professionals. For wrapping, using our installers is a no-brainer.

We offer a removable adhesive option for our wallpaper, which is much easier to remove without causing damage to the surface underneath (depending on the condition of the surface prior to installation i.e A cheaply painted surface might have some paint removed on removing the vinyl).

Di-NOC can be removed with heat but it does have a more aggressive adhesive.

Yes, we have received specific training from 3M to be able to repair damaged sections of Di-NOC without having to replace the whole panel.

Yes, but the lifespan of the material you’re fitting over the top will only be as good as the lifespan of the material you’re fitting on to. For example, if you’re wrapping a door that was wrapped 5 years ago, the original wrap is only good for another 5-6 years so if you’re fitting vinyl on top of it, the bond to the substrate (the door) is only as good as the material underneath.

No, some Di-NOC materials are not designed for wrapping, some of the thicker materials with more detailed, textured patterns are only designed for flat surface application. These materials

No need to remove the door, we can wrap it in situ.

Di-NOC has a 10-12year durability and our wallpaper has as 7 year durability.

No, all of our wallpaper will be vinyl laminated with either a gloss or satin finish. The Di-NOC material has been impact tested and has out-performed some of it’s competitor products by up to 400%.  There is also an additional range of Di-NOC material called the Abrasion Resistant range (AR), this can be used for high traffic areas where scuffs and scratches are more of a concern.

Yes, as long as the surface is prepared correctly by making sure any holes are filled and all rough areas are sanded down.

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