32 Sq. Ft Art3d Decorative Wall Panels for Interior Wall Decor
Elegant 3D Design Bring Your Wall to Live
Modern and fashionable design, easy DIY
out of 34 reviews
91% recommend this product
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Jan 14, 2021
The panel is difficult and timely to install due to fact that it lacks a way for the panels to fi...
The panel is difficult and timely to install due to fact that it lacks a way for the panels to fit together, the panel sizes are not consistent, and there is no room for error. They are also fairly fragile to cut with a saw but too difficult to cut with a utility knife. I recommend using a quick grab panel adhesive, and using thumb tacks to space and hold until adhesive dries. Then using a white latex caulking for the seams once the adhesive is dry and thumb tacks are removed.
Unique but pleasant installation experience because of the many angles that had to be cut because of the roof line in the room. Once you get a rhythm with the contact cement it was fun to install. Looks great with reflected lighting. Would definitely recommended
So I was skeptical based off PVC walls but bit the bullet based on reviews. The item was packed w...
So I was skeptical based off PVC walls but bit the bullet based on reviews. The item was packed well. But once I opened the panels I was even more skeptical of the quality. They are thin sheets of plastic PVC which were hollow on the back on the raised portions. I tried three types of glue - tile adhesive, tile bond, and then 3M spray adhesive but I couldn’t get these to stick. After 30 mins the Edges would peel off. So then I actually read what other people used and used Gorilla glue construction adhesive with my caulk gun. (Be sure to put adhesive everywhere the back touches the wall.) Wow! I let it sit for a day then painted with SW super satin paint. Once it cures to the drywall they are solid and definitely the opposite of flimsy. What an impact! I get very positive reviews from everyone that visits my home brewery.
I also used a dremel to cut around the outlets and speckling to fill in the gaps. Then sanded it down.
It took some work but well worth it!