To avoid wrinkles and creases while installing wallpaper, it is important to properly prepare the surface and the wallpaper, and work carefully and methodically. Begin by measuring and cutting the wallpaper accurately to fit the surface, making sure to leave a bit of excess on the top and bottom for adjustments. Smooth the wallpaper onto the surface, starting from the top and working your way down, using a wallpaper smoothing brush or seam roller to remove any wrinkles or creases as you go. If you do encounter a wrinkle or crease, gently lift the affected area of the wallpaper and reposition it, using the smoothing brush or roller to gently smooth out the wrinkle or crease.

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