Woodchip’s impressive – so why the need for non-woven woodchip?
Everyone’s heard of woodchip (Rauhfaser) – so what is nonwoven woodchip (Vlies-Rauhfaser) actually? And what are the differences?
Woodchip – the traditional wallcovering for everyone
Woodchip, the classic amongst wallcoverings, is popular with home-owners because of its unrivalled versatility – with its wealth of textures formed by paper and wood fibres, it can be painted over multiple times. Woodchip wallcoverings are environmentally friendly and healthy, free of PVC and plasticisers, thus also suitable for allergy-sufferers, as well as being breathable and moisture-regulating. The ideal wallcovering for anyone who wants to combine value for money with excellent durability and versatility.
Nonwoven woodchip – the woodchip with added benefits
Nonwoven woodchip, Vlies-Rauhfaser, is just as versatile. It is also made of paper and wood but incorporates textile fibres, which provide additional benefits. Nonwoven woodchip can be applied directly to the wall using the paste-the-wall technique and is extremely easy to remove, when you come to redecorate. And what's more, durable nonwoven woodchip also covers cracks.
The benefits and differences at a glance
Benefits of woodchip at a glance:
- Eco-friendly and healthy
- Free of PVC and plasticisers
- Breathable and moisture-regulating
- Suitable for allergy-sufferers
- Can be re-painted several times