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Old nasty panelling, help!


Hello, I need some advice. I resently openned a beauty salon in an old house. I have painted over most of the panelling in the salon and it has turned out great. There is a front porch on the home which is enclosed, but is not climate controlled. The panelling on the porch is cheep and has alot of buckles and cracks. The building is not mine so I do not want to spend alot of money replacing the panelling, plus I have no idea what is behind it. It is in poor shape, and it is the first thing clients see as they come into the salon. The proplem I am having is what will work to patch, seal, and cover the panelling and it still stay on the wall with the room not having a controlled climate? I need something that will flex with the weather and not crumble and come off the wall.


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