Originally Posted by ToolSeeker
Not masonite- wood
Not paneling-no finish solid wood
No seams to go back and hide-made so edges overlap and form a bead
Install with brad nailer or 16gauge nailer nail in bead groove and you don't have to go back and fill nail holes.
Takes paint well
I have used this stuff in bathrooms as wainscote. Cut it in 3 32" pieces, hold off floor the height of the baseboard, nail, reinstall base board, put a cap or chair rail on top, prime, paint the same as trim usually semi or gloss white.
Oh yea sell at HD for $21 a sheet.
this post you made here. what are you talking about? do you just mean beadboard like i was saying?
edit: ok yea i think you were just referring to beadboard. yea thats what i prefer to do