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Re: plywood wall cladding

Jun 2018 14 11:59

Post by frankie » Thu, 14th Jun 2018, 11:59am

Post by frankie by frankie Jun 2018 14 11:59

I used altro fortis wall covering , you can choose colour to suit so saves the need to paint, easily cleaned and hard to damage had no problems since fitted 4 years, I fitted myself(2 man job 4ft by 10ft sheets) but they can fit for you not cheap but been cost effective in time saved that i would of spent painting ply or filling and decorating plaster board.

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Re: plywood wall cladding

Jun 2018 14 12:06

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Post by frankie by frankie Jun 2018 14 12:06

Forgot to mention is fire rated

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Re: plywood wall cladding

Jun 2018 14 20:47

Post by gadget300 » Thu, 14th Jun 2018, 8:47pm

Post by gadget300 by gadget300 Jun 2018 14 20:47

Have you thought about over painting with a fire retardant paint?

There are loads of different brands, albeit it’s not cheap but the one I use can be painted under or over existing paint or board.

Saves rebuilding and lots of time.
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Re: plywood wall cladding

Jul 2018 11 16:46

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Post by capri1600l by capri1600l Jul 2018 11 16:46

Thanks for all the replies on this. :)
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Re: plywood wall cladding

Jul 2018 11 18:00

Post by samsmith » Wed, 11th Jul 2018, 6:00pm

Post by samsmith by samsmith Jul 2018 11 18:00

Or you can get spray that is fire retardent. I know as I spray all the props and backboards when ever we do a school show. Not sure if it's waterproof tho!
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