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    A: Absolutely, simply prime and paint with vinyl safe products and follow the paint manufacturer's recommendations. Vinyl safe products can be identified by looking for vinyl or PVC under the list of approved surfaces.
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    A: While only the white beadboard is sold in kits, all of the kit components are available in separately in faux wood colors.
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    A: Plastibec PVC wainscoting is waterproof and commonly used in showers. To make the seams and joints watertight, we recommend the use of Eco-Bond® Heavy Duty which acts as a construction adhesive, caulking and sealant.
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    A: PVC cuts very well with a chop saw or table saw. Consider a woodworking blade with a higher tooth count such as those sold for trim finish carpentry. Use blue painters tape on the face of the trimwork to prevent miniscule chipping when cutting high profile pieces. Avoid blades for plastic or metal.
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    A: We recommend a construction adhesive like ECO-BOND Heavy Duty (HD150) for its versatility, eco-friendliness and unsurpassed performance. It will bond PVC to tile without the need for scouring.
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    A: We recommend that the PVC millwork not be exposed to temperatures greater than 120F as you may experience issues with expansion.
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    A: Plastibec beadboard has a modified tongue-and-groove that allows for easy nailing and concealment; the paneling may be installed with or without construction adhesive.
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    A: For your convenience, shipping rates are automatically calculated when products are added to the shopping cart. Simply update the state and zip code. A representative will contact you offline with the rates requested. Thanks!

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