A beautiful wall with adhesive wood or 3D plaster panels
Do you also want a nice, sleek wall without breaking work? This is possible with adhesive wood panels or 3D plaster panels. Sticky wood is easily attached to the wall with the adhesive strips that are on the back of the panel. The 3D plaster panels can be glued to the wall with glue. But for that, the wall must first be treated with a primer. Glue adheres better to a treated surface. The adhesive wood and the 3D panels come in different variants. They are available at most hardware stores.
What is slab wood?
These are panels made from real, 100% recycled wood. There are adhesive strips on the back of these panels with which you can easily attach them to the wall. This allows you to turn a boring wall or ugly wall into a real eye-catcher without hacking and breaking work. The panels can also be glued to doors, kitchens and cabinets. Sticky wood panels can be used on stucco, granol, plaster, stone, plastic, concrete and wood. They are available in different variants: blank, mix, natural stone veneer, weathered and old white.
How do you attach the wood panels to a wall?
- First remove the strip from the adhesive edge on the back of the panel.
- The panels can now be glued horizontally, vertically or in a pattern.
What are 3D panels?
The plaster elements of Stone Design Creative provide a beautiful 3D effect. With these panels you can create your own unique wall or wall with a 3D wave movement. You can attach the panels to the wall with glue without grouting, making them easy to process. The Stone Design Creative elements are for use at home, with the exception of the Vulcano stone strips, which can also be used outside. The plaster panels are available in different variants: Atlantic Ocean (3D), Hexagon (3D), Hexagon (flat) and the Vulcanosteen strip white or black. The elements can be used on stone and wood and can be painted in any desired color.
How do you attach the plaster panels to the wall?
- Determine the place on the wall where you want to glue the elements.
- Pre-treat the wall and elements with primer, after which you can glue them to the wall.
- Paint the wall to give it its own and special look.
A treatment with primer
The plaster panels and wall need a primer treatment first, but why is the use of a primer recommended? The adhesive adheres better to a surface that has been treated with a primer. A primer also prevents dirt such as damp spots from penetrating through the finishing layer. In addition, it prevents absorption on a porous surface (plaster panels, plaster), which prevents streaks from forming. The finishing layer also covers better by using a primer, which makes the result much better.
A few more points to consider when attaching the panels:
- Provide a dry, clean and pre-treated surface.
- The substrate must be even because the panels cannot adhere well on an uneven wall.
- Allow the panels to acclimate (72 hours) in the area where they will be used.
- The wooden panels are not suitable for use in damp rooms (shower) due to the high humidity.
- Mix in color and length variations so that the panels are staggered in relation to each other and a better result is achieved.
- Do not touch the adhesive surface of the plaster elements and prevent it from getting dirty or wet.
- Determine the position and gently press the panel against the wall.
- When the panel is in the right place, press it onto the wall.
- Pay attention to the edges and ends.