Model # MFTF12IXA480009600

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null 4 ft. x 8 ft. White .090 FRP Wall Board

4 ft. x 8 ft. White .090 FRP Wall Board

  • Moisture-resistance allows for application in nearly any room
  • Designed for minimum care and maintenance
  • Highly rated for quality and value (see reviews)
$32.97 / each
If you buy 30 or more
$26.38 / each

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Product Overview

The durable Stabilit 32 sq. ft. Plastic Composite Siding Panel is made of polyester resin. This wall siding is rot-resistant and has a cracked ice surface for simple cleaning.

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  • Polyester resin construction
  • White color
  • Cracked ice surface texture for easy cleaning
  • Non-porous wall surface resists moisture, rot, mildew, stains, scratches and dents
  • For interior use only
  • Easy-to-install with standard trowel and water based adhesives

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is this product recommended for interior bathtub walls?

This is for a small mobile home. The current bathtub walls are starting to blister in some areas. Want to cover them with something waterproof and mildew resistant as inexpensively as possible. Because it is an older mobile home, bathtub liners are not available in the size required.
Asked by: Maddy
It is not recommended as a shower enclosure. Chris is correct to inform you of that because he is covering the manufacture and company policies. However. I installed this material in section 8 apartments as shower enclosures, back splashes and half walls in the bathrooms in 1991. This was when FRP was not available through retailers. To date, They are still going strong. The only thing that has had to be done with it is the recaulk at the bottoms every few years. (If the residents clean as they should) The ones that don't, you do have to go and scrub some scum off and redo the caulking. As one of the answers stated. Using a quality caulk, Making the cuts correctly and the FRP adhesive properly and allow for the proper cure time is essential to the longevity and quality of the product. Hope this helps. I am currently remodeling my mobile home master bath and doing the same thing.
Answered by: Dragon192
Date published: 2016-12-17


Asked by: TERRY
I have used alot of this stuff. Best to use straight edge and score lightly on what ever side you want exposed. Nasty dust when cut with saws. I use sharp utillity knife and cut on plywood. Dulls blades very fast . I cut well into it and snap over edge of plywood and clean up with beater block plane or sand block made from course belt sander belt. Less dust with plane. for precision work I cut close and use table saw. I made a dog house out of 2 inch foam and lined it with this stuff using vinyl base adhesive for foam and panel. Still looks good after 15 years.
Answered by: curt
Date published: 2017-02-02

can i buy frp panels in different colors

looking for black or grey
Asked by: S3ollie
Hi S3ollie. Probably you looked in a store where HD doesn't have the colors you're looking for. I have being in some stores where there's a FRP Center and they stock 4 types of FRP: White, Almond, Gray and a grooved scored style called Symmetrix. you can also ask in the PRO Desk of any store colors like the black you want (which has a great finish and looks outstanding!) silver, Ivory, light gray, etc... Hope this was helpful to you.
Answered by: Abraham
Date published: 2016-10-10

What's the best way to apply these panels to studs?

Asked by: Bob
This material is too thin to apply directly to studding with no backing such as drywall or some other rigid material. On one of my projects I nailed plywood to the studding first. Then contact cemented the FRP to the plywood. There was no visible fasteners showing on the finished side. Joints in my case were covered with 1/16 thick aluminum strips and right angle material. The joint siliconed first and the aluminum trim screwed down with stainless steel screws. It worked great for me and has held up for 5 years. I used it for shower walls in an RV. There are plastic "H" channels, and other inside and outside corner moldings that can be used.
Answered by: Southwestrick
Date published: 2017-01-01
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