Peel and stick wall panels in Bathroom walls are exposed to much more wear than other rooms in the home. The biggest defense against damage to your bathroom is properly installed wall coverings. One of the simplest and most effective barriers to moisture in the bathroom is vinyl panels.
Remove all switch and cover with your screwdriver. Place the shoe locks together with the fastening screws. Measure the wall closest to the bathroom door and start placing peel and stick wall panels in this area. Mark your measurements on the back of vinyl boards, remembering that you work in reverse because this is the back of the card. Make your pencils on the back of the cards as dark as needed. Get the right angle for your scrap marks with the speed square.
Cut peel and stick wall panels with your jigsaw. Make your brands, start the saw, and follow the lines. Cutting out holes for sockets and switches requires drilling a hole in each corner of the markings and cutting between the boreholes with your chainsaw. Load a tight gun with mounting adhesive. Place vertical and horizontal lines of glue on the wall with a tight gun. Space rows so that they form 6-inch squares on the wall. Press the wall plate on the wall, push pressure across the board to ensure a tight bonding, and make sure your cutouts are in place. Continue to place boards on the walls, work around the room. Keep the edges of vinyl boards tight against each other as you walk.