How to Install FRP?

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To install fiberglass reinforced paneling you will need to prepare the wall by cleaning it and making sure it is thoroughly dry. Start at the corner and apply the panel glue with a trowel in a thin even coat. Apply corner moulding the the frp and push it firmly into the corner and up against the wall. With a small roller push out any air bubbles. Apply the second on the opposite corner wall by following the same steps by pushing into the same corner moulding and remove air bubbles. Insert the edge trim on both pieces and continue with the rest of the wall.
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The process to install FRP, or Fiberglass Reinforced Panels, will differ depending on where the panels are being installed. These are most often installed in bathrooms and other moisture prone locations. Most DIY homeowners can accomplish the tasks by carefully following the instructions included with the panels, and some may be self adhesive, while others may need to be secured using other methods.
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