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

$33.45 / each
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  • Moisture-resistance allows for application in nearly any room
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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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can i buy frp panels in different colors

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looking for black or grey
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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, Read More
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...
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Yes, you can. In some stores they stock 3 colors: Gray, Almond and White. In some stores where they dont have this assortment you can ask for at the PRO Desk and they can get you in less than 2 weeks the color you're probably looking. Try by asking the PRO Desk.
I have bought some but before doing so I surf their Glasteel webpage and I saw more color assortment like black (which looks awesome), Ivory,
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Yes, you can. In some stores they stock 3 colors: Gray, Almond and White. In some stores where they dont have this assortment you can ask for at the PRO Desk and they can get you in less than 2 weeks the color you're probably looking. Try by asking the PRO Desk.
I have bought some but before doing so I surf their Glasteel webpage and I saw more color assortment like black (which looks awesome), Ivory, Silver and those are the ones I can remember.
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September 16, 2015
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Yes, but its for commercial applications and not found at a home depot. Check with a panel center business in your area. There usually is a minimum order of 6 panels. Trim is available as well. There are some nice patterns such as bamboo, and textures like linen, but the cost is considerably more expensive. The plus side is its easy to clean and looks good for a very long time.
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August 31, 2015
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No, this is only available in white.
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Is this product recommended for interior bathtub walls?

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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.
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I don't know if it is officially approved but I used it for that very purpose. I have it on the walls of my shower in my RV. Contact cemented to preattached 1/8 Luan plywood so there are no holes drilled through it. All corners, and where it meets the pan are siliconed....then I attached 3/4 aluminum angle held with some stainless screws at the corners and bottom edge. Going on 3 years. Its wiped down Read More
I don't know if it is officially approved but I used it for that very purpose. I have it on the walls of my shower in my RV. Contact cemented to preattached 1/8 Luan plywood so there are no holes drilled through it. All corners, and where it meets the pan are siliconed....then I attached 3/4 aluminum angle held with some stainless screws at the corners and bottom edge. Going on 3 years. Its wiped down after use. Still looks new. It worked for me. Read Less
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Perhaps you have already solved this, but I have to respectfully disagree with Chris. I have a tub/shower surround I constructed with FRP 12-13 years ago, and it has held up very well with no issues about cleaning soap or mildew, it wipes down just fine. The corner and mid-panel seam channel pieces were sealed well with clear silicone as they were installed and have never leaked or collected water. The Read More
Perhaps you have already solved this, but I have to respectfully disagree with Chris. I have a tub/shower surround I constructed with FRP 12-13 years ago, and it has held up very well with no issues about cleaning soap or mildew, it wipes down just fine. The corner and mid-panel seam channel pieces were sealed well with clear silicone as they were installed and have never leaked or collected water. The bottom overhang has been re-caulked 2 or 3 times since then, just the same as you would with any surround with no issues,. If you work carefully, measure and cut precisely, and seal the seam channels thoroughly, it will be just fine and much more solid than any of the premade surrounds I have seen. Read Less
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I know trailers have some odd sizes of different things in them....every thing i've every redone in one required a hole lot of custom work!!! so what is ur shower measure? like 27x55 all u gotta do is move around a few things...a reg. standred tub is only 30 x 60 and all tub surrounds come in 3-4 pieces..they gotta be cut to fit anyho..and so does the FRP... u could make it work....u gotta strip them Read More
I know trailers have some odd sizes of different things in them....every thing i've every redone in one required a hole lot of custom work!!! so what is ur shower measure? like 27x55 all u gotta do is move around a few things...a reg. standred tub is only 30 x 60 and all tub surrounds come in 3-4 pieces..they gotta be cut to fit anyho..and so does the FRP... u could make it work....u gotta strip them walls out anyhow, 90% of all trailer walls r 1/4" lawaun or paneling....and 2x3 walls!! so get createtive!!..so if u run into some probs, hit me up!! ill try to get u through it!! I am a little handy when it comes to the trailers and how to remodel them!!! Read Less
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Hello Buzzy, I’m Chris from the Home Depot’s how-to Community. Thank you for your question.
No, it’s really not for a tub/shower enclosure. First off, the 4’x8’ size means you will have seams where you don’t want them. Sealing the gaps between panels will not be easy. And last, the texture of FRP is going to encourage soap scum and mold growth.
I would really try to find a low cost set of tub enclosure Read More
Hello Buzzy, I’m Chris from the Home Depot’s how-to Community. Thank you for your question.
No, it’s really not for a tub/shower enclosure. First off, the 4’x8’ size means you will have seams where you don’t want them. Sealing the gaps between panels will not be easy. And last, the texture of FRP is going to encourage soap scum and mold growth.
I would really try to find a low cost set of tub enclosure panels that can be cut down to the size you need.
I hope this helps,
Chris.
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Do you use nails or glue to adhere to wall

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Connie,
You can use FRP Adhesive. Is easy to find in HD store. Also you can use nylon rivets as well, depends of the job you want to do.
In Glasteel web page you might find more info about this. I jt attached an old photo when I was looking to buy this product and there is where HD has both the adhesive for FRP and the rivets.
The rivets are also in almond and gray color.
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I have always used adhesive to get a clean look. Mechanical fasteners work great too. Especially screws with a decorative washer. In wet or day conditions I would use stainless for both. There are some plastic washers that look like little flowers that are commonly used in RVs. You can also find them in brass and Read More
I have always used adhesive to get a clean look. Mechanical fasteners work great too. Especially screws with a decorative washer. In wet or day conditions I would use stainless for both. There are some plastic washers that look like little flowers that are commonly used in RVs. You can also find them in brass and colors.
https://images.search.yahoo.com/yhs/search;_ylt=AwrTcdlWOBRV4qgA0lonnIlQ;_ylu=X3oDMTB0c2puYm1xBHNlYwNzYwRjb2xvA2dxMQR2dGlkA1lIUzAwM18x?_adv_prop=image&fr=yhs-mozilla-001&va=hardware+decorative+washers&hspart=mozilla&hsimp=yhs-001
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Hi Connie, normally you use an adhesive for FRP type panels. I have taken a section of the installation guide and posted it below.
Adhesives & Fasteners
The use of a specifically formulated FRP adhesive is recommended when installing Glasliner FRP panels.
Follow the adhesive manufacturer’s instructions carefully. Many adhesives are flammable and some may
not be compatible with paneling.
Glasliner FRP
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Hi Connie, normally you use an adhesive for FRP type panels. I have taken a section of the installation guide and posted it below.
Adhesives & Fasteners
The use of a specifically formulated FRP adhesive is recommended when installing Glasliner FRP panels.
Follow the adhesive manufacturer’s instructions carefully. Many adhesives are flammable and some may
not be compatible with paneling.
Glasliner FRP panels may be successfully installed using only adhesive on typical even surfaces. Installation
over uneven surfaces using adhesive only may cause adhesion failure.
Mechanical fasteners may be used in certain non-typical applications. If mechanical fasteners are used, they
should be non-corroding (i.e. plastic pin rivets, chrome pin rivets, one piece nylon rivets, and stainless
screws, etc.). Follow the fastener manufacturer’s instructions carefully.
Check out the entire section on fastening this panel below.
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/12/125344c3-930c-4a19-a5e0-fe9a00eb84ef.pdf Read Less
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how do you fasten it to a sheetrocked wall and what do you use for the seems

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I want to use this in a closet
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For seams there are fittings available let from manufacturer and should be found at Home Depot. Most state health departments require the walls be bacteriostatic wall coverings such as FRP, at least 4 feet high in new commercial restrooms. Bacteria must not have any open seams, edges or corners in which to incubate or gather.The fittings neatly join panel seams and corners protect top, bottom and side Read More
For seams there are fittings available let from manufacturer and should be found at Home Depot. Most state health departments require the walls be bacteriostatic wall coverings such as FRP, at least 4 feet high in new commercial restrooms. Bacteria must not have any open seams, edges or corners in which to incubate or gather.The fittings neatly join panel seams and corners protect top, bottom and side edges Read Less
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You'd use FRP adhesive for your FRP boards, one version is linked below:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Titebond-3-5-gal-Greenchoice-Fast-Grab-FRP-Adhesive-Pail-4059/202960639
There's also paneling adhesive you can use, such as versions by Liquid Nails that can work too.
Make sure the sheetrock wall is clean and level, and painted before installation. This will make the panels adhere better to it.
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You'd use FRP adhesive for your FRP boards, one version is linked below:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Titebond-3-5-gal-Greenchoice-Fast-Grab-FRP-Adhesive-Pail-4059/202960639
There's also paneling adhesive you can use, such as versions by Liquid Nails that can work too.
Make sure the sheetrock wall is clean and level, and painted before installation. This will make the panels adhere better to it.
Once this is done, you can install the panels and use a silicone-based caulk sealant to fill any remaining gaps where the seams are.
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February 20, 2015
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To fasten this product to a wall you need to use some sort of liquid nail type glue. You can use silicone for the seems or leave them unfinished since this is an interior project.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Makes a Great Roof!! I was designing a home observatory and needed a material that would work as a roof, holding up to weather in NY . I found these panels and researched the material thermal expansion and composition. It was a perfect selection and the material has lasted for years. It's very easy to clean and still looks new after a few years. I'll be using this material in my camp shower! July 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by WORKS GREAT AS A HOCKEY SHOOTING PAD I got this to put on the floor and use it for hockey shooting pad. All you have to do is spray it with Pledge and kind of rub it in with a rag. It feels like ice and it is a lot cheaper then real shooting pads but works just as good if not better. June 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very impressed on the appearance if these panels When I was installing these panels. The instructions said to spread the mastic on the backside. When we followed the instructions. It was extremely difficult installing the panels. Once I spread the mastic directly on the wall. It was very easy to install the panels. Once we completed installing the panels. I was extremely impressed with the appearance with the panels in my tub area. June 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Used FRP for camper shower walls - working great I needed something lightweight for shower wall in my RV trailer. Something that wouldn't break the bank. I laminated this to 1/8 Luan Plywood with contact cement. Siliconed the corners and trimmed it with aluminum angle. I has been serving me well going on 3 years now. Still looks great, and easy to clean. March 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by New Life For A Pontoon Boat I used this panel to cover a vinyl and fiberboard clad, foam wall panel on a pontoon boat. The fiberboard (same as peg board without the holes) was wicking up water from the carpet on the floor every time it rained or got wet. The fiberboard was splitting and generally falling apart near the base of the wall causing a large blistered area in the vinyl cladding. To remove the whole wall panel was going to be a huge job as the console and controls were mounted on the inside of this wall when really it was mostly a cosmetic issue. I simply pealed off all of he vinyl from the fiber board, cut a small 1/4" gap at the bottom of the wall to break the water path up the wall and installed the FRP wall panel using the vinyl as a template to cut out the window and other small opening. I glued it up with Locktite PL375 construction adhesive and it's better than the original wall. July 1, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Use sparingly on a single axle enclosed trailer... ...as you may reach the the cargo carrying capacity of the trailer real QUICK. Other than that, the durability/abrasion resistance of this stuff is unmatched. Outstanding product. I used it on the deck of my enclosed trailer. May 7, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Extremely durable This product (in brown) is on the inside surface of an outside door of the computer center at the university at which I work: after YEARS of being pushed against, it STILL looks new. Plan to install in my bathroom soon. May 2, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good stuff,,,,but pricey.... i like this stuff,,,but its soooo expensive guys saying its 10x better than paneling!!! well it better be,,,,its about 3-4x the price,,,!! March 4, 2015
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