Sequin wall panels are increasingly more popular for interior and exterior use in all manners of visual merchandising, event displays and more. They’re great for businesses or event companies that are looking to make their products stand out from the crowd.
Our Solaair™️ sequin panels have been tested and certified to the latest standards; we have a fire-rated certificate (EN 13501-1:2018 with fire rating classification B - s1, d0) for our decorative panels to provide an added layer of protection and reassurance for our customers. Our fire certificate will be supplied to our customers upon purchase.
If you’ve recently purchased sequin panels from Solaair™️ Sequin Walls UK, continue reading for more information on how to set up a sequin wall, guidance on proper assembly and disassembly, storing the panels, and how to properly clean them and keep the sparkle alive.
When you are ready to position and set up your sequin panel wall for an event or visual display, make sure that all the reflective elements on the panel are facing the correct way and overlap the mounting holes, illustrated on the right.
When assembling sequin panels together, look out for the coupling elements and matching holes; these can be found on each side of the panel.
When you’re ready to build a sequin wall, position each of the panels so that they align a coupling element with a matching hole.
Then apply slight force to help press the retaining head at the location of the coupling element. You can then push the coupling elements into a specific stop position.
Be careful not to apply excessive force when trying to achieve the coupling effect.
It is worth noting that it is prohibited to use a hammer or other similar tool when trying to force the coupling element into the supportive part, as this can cause the panels to be damaged.
When attaching the sequin panels to a support, such as an interior or exterior wall, it’s important to make sure that the panels are secured to a vertical surface and you use the self-tapping screws.
It is recommended that you use at least one self-tapping screw per panel for interior applications and uses.
Whereas, for outdoor uses and applications, it is advised to use at least four self-tapping screws per panel.
You can then secure the panels by using the mounting holes provided (and found in each corner).
If your event or use for the sequin panel wall has come to an end and you’re looking to disassemble the panel wall structure, then you need to start by placing the board directly in front of you.
From here, you can then seek out the protruding stop that each coupling element has, and use a slotted screwdriver to help detach each of the panels carefully.
It is best to insert the screwdriver into the gap between the connecting plate and the protruding stop, and then revolve in a circular motion to slowly and carefully detach the panels and disassemble the sequin wall.
It’s advisable to detach all the coupling elements of the sequin panels one at a time. This is to avoid damage and ensure that you can use the panels multiple times and extend their lifespan.
The best way to store panels is to pack them correctly into the boxes in which they were originally delivered to you.
! Keep Your Storage Boxes !
When packing up, each box should only contain a maximum of 40-panel pieces.
To package the box correctly, you should place each panel on a layer of foamed polyethylene with a thickness of 1mm between the front sides of the panels.
For proper storage and transportation, it is best to position the panels vertically or horizontally inside the storage box.
It is advisable to store panels in a dry, cool place and out of direct sunlight, as well as stored at a temperature of between +10°C and +30°C.
To begin cleaning the sequin panels, start by removing dust from the surface of the reflective elements by using an antistatic brush or microfibre cloth.
After this, you can then spray some detergent on the surface of the moveable elements, followed by rinsing off the detergent with plenty of water. To finish, you can then wipe the surface clean with a dry lint-free cloth to dry the panels.
! Warning !
Don’t use alkaline-based detergents or other cleaning products containing alkalies.