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Can I clad to existing tiles in an already finished and fitted shower enclosure?
If your shower enclosure /screen is already nicely fitted and you don’t want to take it all off and put it on again, then you can clad our panels directly to the existing tiles. The only issue might be where the edges and pieces of the fittings jut up to the edge of our panels – if those fittings aren’t flat and don’t meet plumb with the panel edges, you would have some grooves that would be awkward to clean in the future. It might be worth considering using some of our thin panels available on request. These particular ones are only 2.5mm thick so wouldn’t add too much more thickness onto the existing tiled area. They’re solid uPVC and 100% waterproof. If the tiles you’re cladding to are ceramic and particularly glossy, you would be better served to send them down first to help create a key for the adhesive. You can fit shower units, holders, rails etc. through the panels and into the sub-wall underneath – it would need to be the substrate that takes the load of any items fitted, as the panels are designed only to clad the walls, not from wall structures in their own right i.e. they’re not load-bearing.
Can I extend the length of the ceiling panels?
Thanks for the question, it is possible to extend the length of the ceiling panels by using a 1 part joint trim (H Section joint). This will allow you to carry on the overall length of the panels to fit your ceiling dimensions. You can find them under the accessories section on our menu.
Can I use the Wet Wall panel as a splashback?
Yes, you can use the Mr Wet Wall panels as a splashback panel. This panel can be used in a variety of places including kitchens, bathrooms, bars, WCs, restaurants and utility rooms. As the panel is made from PVC material it is not suitable to be used directly from any heat sources such as cookers, hobs and ovens as it has a softening point of 60°c. There is a variety of colour matched trims that you would use with the Wet Wall panels including Internal & External corners, Edge from and Joint trims. We recommend that you use 2 tubes of our iStick high grab adhesive per panel.