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Fixing Instructions


  • Fine tooth saw

  • Tape Measure

  • Pencil

  • Hammer or Stapler

  • Straight Edge
  • Silicone Sealant
  • Panel Pins &
    Stapler or Adhesive



Step One


Check that walls are even. Otherwise, fix battens to wall. For showers, backing should be wet area plasterboard or fibro cement sheeting. The EDGING can be used to cap the top (and sometimes bottom) of the panels. For full ceiling height, EDGING can be fixed to the top of the wall before installing panels.


Step Two


Cut EDGING to size with fine tooth saw. Fit in vertical position at wall edge (if starting in corner, fit CORNER PROFILE) and staple, pin or glue to wall.




Step Three


Cut Panelscape panels to length using fine tooth saw. Fit first panel ROUNDED EDGE into EDGING or CORNER PROFILE. Apply silicone adhesive to the back of the panel and glue to wall or battens.

Step Four


Panels can be also fixed to wall or battens by stapling or nailing through the U shape panel edge instead of, or as well as, applying adhesive to the back of the panels.

Step Five


Repeat until the whole wall is covered. To install the last panel, fit the EDGING or CORNER PROFILE and measure the distance left. Deduct 6mm for the measurement and cut the panel to fit.

NOTE: For shower or bath walls, panel joins and bottom of panels should be thoroughly sealed with mould resistant silicone sealant.


IMPORTANT: For totally waterproof seal, use a mould resistant silicone sealant, such as Selleys Roof & Gutter Silicone Sealant in all channels during assembly. For adhesives use a PVC friendly product such as Selleys All Clear or Selleys Roof & Gutter Silicone Sealant.


WARNING: It is recommended that Panelscape is not installed in front of, or next to a fireplace or hot cooking appliances, otherwise distortion of the panels may occur.


Click to download a printable Instruction sheet.



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