Yes, it can be done as long as you are penetrating the nail into a substrate properly. Please refer to the installation guide on the product page.
I don't suggest you hang anything that heavy on MDF. I suggest you go through the MDF into a wall stud.
Please refer to the installation guide on the Home Depot product page or visit the manf's website at pactrim.com for additional information.
Hi there, unfortunately, this .591 in. x 6.000 in. x 8 ft. Primed MDF Shiplap Interior Siding appears to have been discontinued and is no longer in stock or available for purchase on Homedepot.com. The item will remain briefly on the website for customer reference, and the description will be updated with “Discontinued” if it has not been already. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot!
3.29 Sqft per piece x 8 pcs = 30.32 Sqft per box
I won't be back in stock, we are transitioning to a .375" thickness instead of this .591" thickness and the .375" thickness comes with 10pcs per box instead of 8pcs per box. Search for Model # 3868PMDFSL10PK to see the replacement product.
This item has changed thickness from .591 to .375 otherwise everything else is the same. The .591 thickness is sold in stores by the piece in CA, NV, AZ, CO, UT, WA, OR.
Yes, this product is able to replace sheetrock for an interior application.
its completely sealed & primered so a little splash here & there wouldn't hurt it. mine is in a bathroom wall behind my sinks & vanity. i painted over the primer.
yes this should work in a bathroom