|BT-7/4-B-2-180-1-V||15 m||10% / roll|
|BT-7/4-B-2-180-2-K||15 m||10% / roll|
The bamboo cladding with reference code “BT-7/4-B-2” has really thin, 7mm wide dark brown strips glued onto the textile. These bamboo wall panels can lend a really egzotic feeling to your home. Aside from its classical use in creative bedroom wall panelling ideas, it also looks great as kitchen cupboard door covering. Bamboo rolls have so many uses even beyond wainscotting, they make pretty sliding closet doors and room dividing screens. Any door can look egzotic with a bamboo door insert.
How to glue your bamboo wall protectors!
You will probably need to cut the bamboo wall cladding before its use. Doing so is quite easy when we want to cut parallel to the strips. A simple linoleum cutter will suffice. However, if you wish to cut through the stips, you might want to use strong tailor’s scissors.
Bamboo is among the oldest plants on Earth. In Asia, they have been using it in interior design for thousands of years, but they always treat it with respect. In China, for example, it represents tenacity to this day. It is a natural, therefore environmentally friendly material.
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What makes a wall protection material second class?
The following defects can occur in second class bamboo wallcoverings:
- The end of the stick is broken (this defect can be completely eliminated with an edge sealer)
- Several lengths of the stick are cracked
- Small greyish discolorations
- Surface treatment, varnishing defects
- The sticks do not fit perfectly
- Method of use