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Old 04-26-2017, 03:17 PM   #1
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Glueing Beadboard wood, not panels


I just joined. Question I have is can you just use adhesive and no nails on pine T & G wood beadboard? It on vertical application over drywall. These are at best 4 1/2 foot tall and most are under cabinets in kitchen.

Additionally has anyone used the Ever True planks from lowes? They are PVC material and I believe that you only use adhesive.

Thanks, I need suggestions and advice.
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Gluing to the drywall will mean the dry will need replacing if you ever try to remove the beadboard.
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I just joined. Question I have is can you just use adhesive and no nails on pine T & G wood beadboard? It on vertical application over drywall. These are at best 4 1/2 foot tall and most are under cabinets in kitchen.

Additionally has anyone used the Ever True planks from lowes? They are PVC material and I believe that you only use adhesive.

Thanks, I need suggestions and advice.
If you you are going to hit studs through the drywall you can get away with no glue. If you are just going to tack the pine to the drywall then you should use some glue. As far as repairing drywall if you decide to remove it later, either way there would need to be drywall repair.

I like 2" 18g nails blind nailed for t n g.
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