The 3D panels are made of bamboo pulp. The process is very similar to the papermaking.
Panels are 1.5 mm thick.
No, they are not. The panels shouldn’t get into direct contact with water.
Yes, absolutely. You can spray paint the panels with any type of paint. Panels should be primed before painting to create better surface for the paint (just as you’ll paint the drywall)..
The 3D wall panels are available in natural off white color. You can paint them in any color you want.
The depth will vary from model to model and range between ½”to 1¼”.
Small (square) panel weight is 0.65lb. or 300 gr. Big (rectangular) panel weight is 1.3lb or 600gr.
The hollow spaces behind the panels and their geometrical shape improve the sound insulation; however, the main purpose of the panels is a decorative one.
Yes, the panels are hollow. It allows us to stack them tight together for transportation and limits their weight.
Each pack of 3D wall panels will cover 64 sq.ft.
Panels are installed butt joint way. Joints can be finished with paintable silicone or white woodfiller.And then painted.
Yes, you can cut the panels. You can use utility knife (make sure you have a new sharp blade) To make a nice straight cut you’ll have to slide the blade along the cutting line 3-4 times gradually increasing the pressure.
We recommend to use solvent based Contact Cement ( Weldwood original formula by DAP or Heavy Duty Contact Cement by Lepage).