4×8 Wall Paneling in the Basement

May 17th

4×8 wall paneling – If you want to remove wall panels in the basement, choose a certain preparation and application strategy based on the specific composition and condition of the panels. While wood panels offer different finishing options, vinyl, plastic and fiberglass panels are only intended for painted surfaces.

Wood 4x8 Wall Paneling
Wood 4×8 Wall Paneling

Instructions

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Grind vinyl and plastic basement 4×8 wall paneling to stimulate adhesion by grinding them with 220-slip paper. Use 300-grit sandpaper to grind fiberglass panels. Skip this step if the panels are made of wood. Cover floors under basement wall panels with fabric drop cloths. Wipe the basement wall panels with a latex primer, using a roll. Smooth the wet primer, using a brush. Wait two hours for the found basement wall panels to dry. Wash paint tools with water. Seal the founding basement wall panel with a satin latex paint, using a roll. Smooth the wet color, using a brush. Wait a few hours for the finished basement wall panels to dry. Apply additional layers if the primer shows through.

Set the roller frame to an extension pole to facilitate the application process. Use an oil-based primer if the basement wall panels are made of painted wood. Do not paint over the upright basement 4×8 wall paneling, or the paint will come. Some basements lack good ventilation. Use a respirator if your basement does not have enough windows.