How to fix our wall panels?


Make sure you have all required tools and materials


Ensure you can do your job safely. PPE are widely available.


Check if you got a plan before start work. It'll allow you smooth and easy process of installation

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Follow a few steps to achieve amazing, professional looking effect. It usually takes 20-30 minutes per panel to finish your project. Paintable panels take longer but it’s worth it.

Materials needed:

  • Wall panels
  • Adhesive suitable for wall panels (We recommend Soudal FixAll 300kg)
  • Spirit level or laser
  • Measuring tape
  • Saw, multitool, jigsaw or other fine-cutting tools
  • Sandpaper or scotch pad (if needed)
  • Caulk gun
  • Router (optional if you want to cut off the lip from the last panel)


Prepare the wall surface by cleaning it thoroughly and ensuring it’s dry and free of any dust, grease, or debris. If the surface is uneven or has holes, fill them with wood filler and sand the surface to create a smooth, even surface.


Measure the area where the panels will be installed and calculate the number of panels needed. Cut the panels to size using a saw or other cutting tool, if needed. Socket holes and other wall elements can be cut with drill and jigsaw or multitool. Make sure to wear protective equipment such as gloves and eye protection while cutting.


We recommend to use Soudal FixAll 400kg adhesive. Apply the adhesive to the back of the panel using a caulk gun. It usually takes about half a tube per panel. We recommend laying 2 lines about 1-2″ from the edge of the panel and a wavy pattern between them. See photo.

Fixing the panels

Place the panel on the wall, starting at the bottom and working your way up. Use a spirit level to ensure that the panel is straight and even. Adjust the panel as needed before the adhesive dries. Press firmly to make sure the glue is in good contact with both the wall and the panel.

More panels? No problem.

Repeat previous steps for each panel.


Allow the adhesive to dry for a few hours before touching or painting the panels.
You can use brush, roller or sprayer to paint the panels. Our paintable wall panels don’t require priming in most cases. For detailed directions follow the paint or wall emulsion manufacturer’s instruction.

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No, our paintable panels are green-brown. They’re made from special, moisture resistant MDF type material. That material is designed specially for kitchen furniture. This is one of most demanding industry in the woodworking industry. Thanks to it’s unique features  panels will keep shape for years.

So we don’t recommend painting other types of panels than them.

Yes, The material we use to produce our panels is easy to cut with basic tools that every builder should own.

Our panels don’t have a felt backing so they’re not only easier to fit but also easier to care for.

You can easily cut unwanted lip from the last panel using a palm router. Simply use bit with a bearing and flush it to the first slat.

It depends on the type of panels you bought.

Black one can be sanded down multiple times with a fine sandpaper or scotch pads. We recommend to use 180-220 grit.


Paintable ones – depending on the type of paint you used. Follow the paint  manufacturer instructions.


Laminate Panels – Use damp cloth or feather duster in order to keep them in a excellent condition.


Veneered Panels are ready to be stained or oiled if you want to change their original look. You can also sand them down with very fine sandpaper or sanding pads on a foam.