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Old 12-01-2006, 02:09 PM   #1
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I noticed that most if not all only reach a height of 42". Does anyone know if there are any kits that go to 48" or above? I know you can buy a large sheet of beadboard from homedepot or lowes but I don't have the means to get something like that home and shipping is outrageous.

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I was at home depot this morning looking for wainscoting. I found
96" tall mdf 7" wide per piece (21" wide area per package). You might
be able to fit this in your car. I really like the material, it has a cap
and a base in which the wainscoting slides into. It is primed but you
will need to paint it.
hope this helps... oh I forgot, you can divide the 96" to make 48" tall.
that will double the width of the package. You can ask Home Depot if
they will cut them for you.

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You can rent one of their trucks for $20.00 an hour.
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Does anyone know where I can find the Wainscoting Kit (without special ordering it)that was used in the Sweat Equity show last week, it was being installed in a bathroom ? Someone mentioned Lowes but I was just there and they never hear of a "kit". The DIY website does not mention where to purchase the product. thanks for your help
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hi,

I had my bathroom remodeled this year. Got the wainscoting at Home Depot 96" length in strips of 7" I believe. My handyman just cut the length in half and it looks beautiful. Look for the MDF not plastic.

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Old 08-26-2009, 03:21 PM   #6
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Does anyone know where I can find the Wainscoting Kit (without special ordering it)that was used in the Sweat Equity show last week, it was being installed in a bathroom ? Someone mentioned Lowes but I was just there and they never hear of a "kit". The DIY website does not mention where to purchase the product. thanks for your help
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It's been a while now. How is the MDF holding up in the bathroom?
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it's been a while since my remodel -- here are some pictures.
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