Yes, but only if the pipe does not get hot. Excessive heat might damage the wood.
Yes, you can paint Pole-Wrap as you would any natural wood surface.
Yes, Pole-Wrap is commonly used for covering curved walls. It's flexible paneling. Apply like regular paneling using any name brand paneling adhesive. Some remodelers use a trim nail gun to hold sections in place while the adhesive dries. Sections of Pole-Wrap will butt together nicely with no visible seam. Paint or stain to match your decor. Just a couple coats of polyurethane looks great and brings out the natural wood tones.
Yes, this can be used on straight PVC drain pipes that have no elbows or Y connectors.
As long at the existing tiles are stable there is enough material to cover a large pole. In addition the amount of adhesive you use is up to you. If you need more than recommended to get a strong bond that's your option.
You would have to research what you were going it up with. It might stand some warmth but not heat. The backing is allot like poster paper.
In many situations Pole-Wrap can be used depending on the shape and diameter of the pipe. Steam pipes in a room with or without a radiator can get very hot, and themselves serve to provide heat for a room. For this type of application, Pole-Wrap installation usually involves creation of a heat shield with a vent port so heat can escape and maintain a comfortable room temperature. Round metal duct pipe is available from The Home Depot and can be used to make the appropriate heat shield. Pole-Wrap can then be applied over the outside of this shield along with our cap and base trim. Air space between the pipe and shield will provide insulation from excessive heat. For further details and specific advice, visit our website at polewrap.com where you can contact us with your questions.
Yes, this is an excellent application for Pole-Wrap. Our product is often used for curved walls and bar fronts as it conforms easily to curved surfaces. Panels are on a flexible backing.
Hi Emily, yes! Pole-Wrap can be used for outdoor applications too. We recommend that you prime and paint, or if preferred, simply apply clear coats. Use an oil based (not latex) exterior product.