Feel free to browse through our wall printing questions page for answers. If you can’t find the answer you are looking for, please contact us and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have.
+ What image should I choose for a print?
Every image when enlarged, loses some of its quality. Therefore, it must be a high resolution, high quality image, preferably with 300 dpi (dots per inch), so that when enlarged and printed, it will still look colourful and high detailed. In general, the quality and the size of an image determines how large we can go with a print.
+ What surface colour is the best for a print?
Unfortunately, the printer cannot reproduce the colour white. It uses the background wall colour as a white. Therefore, the best-looking prints would be the ones printed on a white and/or light cream coloured surfaces. In saying that, we can print on dark colours as well, but since almost all images contain white or light colour section/s, the surface should be prepared for a print: It needs to be painted white or in light cream colour, prior to printing an image. Preparation for a print could also be done by just painting the printing area, leaving the rest of the surface in the existing dark colour. If you decide to go for the second option, it would be better if we do the preparation, due to knowing where the print starts, where it ends and what area must be covered with a fresh, white coat of paint.
+ I want to print text & logos. Is this an issue?
Not at all! We print even small text and logos next to and onto doors and hallways. Our printer is the ideal signing solution for any kind of office or in hospitals, hotels and many other facilities.
+ I am tired of a print. Can I remove it again?
Of course! On glass with a ceramic field scraper or a razor blade. Otherwise, a print can be painted over in two or three coats at any time. It is only necessary to sand wood or, as with metal or concrete, to work with sand or glass bead blasting technology.
+ What is the maximum image size you can print?
We can print images up to 1.75 m in height and with no limits in width, but there are some restrictions in printing size when it comes to a quality of the printed image. Every image when enlarged, loses some of its quality. This means, it must be a high resolution, high quality image, preferably with 300 dpi (dots per inch), so that when enlarged and printed, it will still look colourful and high detailed. Our graphic designer can assist in optimising your chosen image.