Wall fiberglass panels once put in place, creating a sturdy, water-resistant surface that is easily cleaned. The panels are available in a variety of colors and textures, making them suitable for most decors. The simple installation makes them popular with builders, however. Everything needed for installation is the application of a layer of glue. Panels glue quickly in place, lowering both installation time and the necessary work. The bond created by the adhesive secures the panels on the wall within minutes and lasts for years with minimal maintenance needed to keep the panels look fresh throughout their years of use.
Move the glass panels into the room where you plan to install those 24 hours before installation to allow them to acclimatize to the conditions in the room. This will keep the fiberglass panels from expanding or contracting for the installation and causing damage to the panels or under the surface below. Inspect the walls for damage. Fill all small holes or hollows in the surface with drywall mud using a trowel. Clay plate with the flat of the trowel even with the surrounding surface and let it dry overnight
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Fiberglass panels, measure the length and width of the wall with a tape measure and, using the length and width of the glass panels, set a panel designs that cover the wall completely. Leave a 1/4-inch gap between the panels and along the floor and ceiling, to enable the movement of the surface. Cut panels to suit requirements by means of a circular saw, provided with a metal blade.