How to Cover Wood Paneling in Affordable Ways

Jun 1st

How to cover wood paneling – If you can not completely remove all of panels in one room, one way to change their appearance is to apply plaster to wood siding to create appearance of drywall at a fraction of cost. For little more than cost of plaster, we can completely make more than one room with panels in a few days. If you have wood siding you cannot eliminate either because you are not ready to put in effort and expense or because you are a tenant, covered with wood paneled with fabric is a good way to hide wood panels.

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How to Cover Wood Paneling with Wallpaper

How to cover wood paneling?

Prepare wall surface by removing dirt, grease or buildup on surface. Use a high-strength detergent to clean bottom wall panels. Sand panels vigorously with 120 grit sandpaper. Remove any clear coating from panels. Wipe wall with a damp cloth to remove sanding dust.

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How to cover wood paneling? Apply that for wood cladding.

Fill all cracks and joining areas of wall panels. plaster must dry completely before continuing. Gypsum sand to a finished level with wood lining. Use a sanding gypsum block for a smooth finish. Reapply cast and return to sand if necessary. If you do not have to, prime and paint wall of a more attractive finished product.