Bathtub wall panels can quickly change the appearance of a bathroom. Whether you add waterproof panels behind a bathtub or set up decorative wall panels throughout the room, the installation is almost the same. Most bathroom panel’s pieces come in 4 by 8 foot plates. If you have basic carpentry skills, installation bathroom wall panels should be a simple task. Preparing the walls can take as long as actually hanging on the bathroom clothes
Ideas for install bathtub wall panels put the panels in a nearby room to acclimatize for at least 24 to 48 hours before you begin. Stand the panels at the end or lay them flat with waste wood between them as spacers. Remove all matches on the wall. Take electrical outlet cover with a screwdriver. Take all previous wall coverings, except wallpaper and paint, go to plasterboard or cement contributor board. Use a spatula or scraper to remove any pieces. Use a barbell to gently remove all trim and casting from floor, ceiling, doors and windows. Repair the wall if necessary.
Find the knobs with a stud search. Mark each stud with a chalk line. Most male dogs are 16 inches in the middle, so when you find a stud you must be able to find the adjacent by measuring 16 inches away from the stud. Start in the corner of the bathroom that you first see when you enter the room. Scattered panel glue is recommended for your type of bathtub wall panels on the back of the sheet. Put the panel in place.