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32 sq. ft. Unfinished Birch Paneling with 1-1/2 in. Round Bead

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Select the Boise 32 sq. ft. Unfinished Birch Paneling with 1-1/2 in. Round Bead for your next interior design project. The wainscot can be painted or stained to match your decor and doesn't require sanding for added convenience. 32 sq. ft. Unfinished Birch Paneling with 1-1/2 in. Round Bead is perfect for adding the warmth of wood without overpowering a room. Panels are easy to install and make a dramatic difference in any room.

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  • Veneer core with a birch face
  • Ideal for contractors, construction professionals and homeowners
  • Unfinished
  • Paintable and stainable for a customized look
  • Use for large installations

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Can this be painted?

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April 11, 2016
I moved into a house that has this in the mud room, but it's full sheets, floor to ceiling in the entire room and a little outdated. I feel like if I just paint it, the paint will peel right off. What prep or special paint can be used?
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April 12, 2016
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Yes, the birch paneling can be painted.
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April 12, 2016
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If it's unfinished, the wainscot can be painted or stained to match your decor and doesn't require sanding for added convenience. Follow the instructions of the paint manufacturer for wood veneer application.
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How think is this

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April 28, 2016
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April 29, 2016
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it is 5mm thick - which is approx. 0.19 inches thick
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Can this be used in a bathroom?

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March 9, 2016
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March 10, 2016
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No, the paneling is not recommended for bathrom installation.
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can you use this product on a ceiling with 24" on center rafters?

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October 19, 2015
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You could, but the bead board sheets would have butt joints at the 4' end but would look like a continuous piece if you can have most of your joints on the 8' side. So, using the 4x8 sheets of beadboard is going to make it very difficult to end up with a good looking result. How would you get the end seams to look good. I recommend using individual planks and staggering the ends as you would on a wood Read More
You could, but the bead board sheets would have butt joints at the 4' end but would look like a continuous piece if you can have most of your joints on the 8' side. So, using the 4x8 sheets of beadboard is going to make it very difficult to end up with a good looking result. How would you get the end seams to look good. I recommend using individual planks and staggering the ends as you would on a wood plank floor. hope this helps! Read Less
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Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Best option out there if you need to customize the height of your beadboard This was pretty much the only option I found that would allow me to cut the boards to the size I needed (38" high). The quality is OK - you do have to check the veneer side before purchasing because some sheets have defects. The boards are also slightly bowed/warped (probably due to the way they are stored and because of their size), but it isn't anything that some liquid nails and brad nails couldn't handle when installing. I think it may be a little overpriced for what it is compared to other beadboard/wainscotting products out there. Overall, I would recommend this if you need a custom height and are going to paint the panels. January 2, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by VERY FRAGILE TO WORK WITH!! The birch wood layer is paper thin and can be easily damaged, showing the core of the sheet (which is fiberboard). Every piece I've worked with is damaged around the edges, in some fashion, from mere handling. This is not worth the price! February 25, 2014
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