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32 sq. ft. Ultra True Bead Hardboard Paneling

  • White primed beaded hardboard instantly upgrades any room
  • Economical and easy to install
  • Can be nailed direct to stud
$29.97 /each

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Ultra True Bead Paneling has a deeper, beaded groove pattern than most beaded paneling products. The result is deeper shadow lines that mimic the look of traditional beaded planks, but without the expense. The panels give a rich, warm look to just about any room in the house.

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  • Produced on a high-quality thin Hardboard substrate
  • Lightweight and easy to install
  • Installed direct to stud
  • Can be installed in basements and below ground level
  • Be sure to use proper spacing between panels during installation

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Can This Product Be Painted?

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I am wondering if this product can be painted. If so, do I need to prime it and what would work best latex or oil based paint.
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July 15, 2016
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Yep! It is already primed and we used Behr latex paint in semi-gloss since we installed the paneling in a bathroom.
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Yes, this product can be painted.
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What is the best way/tool to cut this paneling?

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We used a battery-powered skill saw along a straight edge guide. For any sections that had to be butted together we were careful to cut along the panel's grooves. This hid the joints perfectly.
In an ideal world we would have used a table saw with a wide feed (someday).
For outlet cutouts, we drilled a 3/8ths starter hole and used a jigsaw. The front did chipout a little; we should have used painters
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We used a battery-powered skill saw along a straight edge guide. For any sections that had to be butted together we were careful to cut along the panel's grooves. This hid the joints perfectly.
In an ideal world we would have used a table saw with a wide feed (someday).
For outlet cutouts, we drilled a 3/8ths starter hole and used a jigsaw. The front did chipout a little; we should have used painters tape on the cut lines.
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Can this product be installed inside a houseboat? With the humidity and being stored in the cold winter months in low temperatures.

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Yes, this is moisture resistant.
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What did you use to finish the top of the paneling?

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We used 3.5" mdf with a lip routed into it to attach cap moulding. This was so we could attach towel hooks to it, otherwise I think the cap moulding would have looked good alone.
We used two coats of semi-gloss paint with no added primer coats for the actual finish.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great style for our bathroom Purchased a panel for our bathroom. Wanted vertical panels so we had Home Depot cut the panel in half before we left. This gave us two sets of 48" tall panels. The paneling did not need any extra sanding (except for nail hole areas of course) and is already primed, which is a great timesaver. We used both Liquid Nails and an air nailer to firmly attach the paneling to the drywall. July 15, 2016
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