DAMAGE-FREE & RENT FRIENDLY DIY MAGNETIC PANEL WALL
Wood panelling has become increasingly popular in recent years and will frequently be seen in home renovations; however, it can be a very expensive, time-consuming and permanent feature to add to your home.
This has meant if you are new to the world of DIY or even rent your home you may feel stuck for options of how you can add a panel wall to your home.
However, using magnetic products provides the perfect solution an easy, damage-free, and interchangeable way to redecorate your home.
Using our pack removes the need for nails, screws, power tools, re-plastering or drilling when adding panelling to your home, which can easily be removed or changed at any moment with no hassle or stress.
To create your own damage-free magnetic panel wall there are only two simple steps, firstly, paint your wall or surface with our FerroPaint® then use our self-adhesive magnetic tape, stick this to your batons watch physics in action.
However, each stage has a bit more to it.
To learn more about ourFerroPaint® and how exactly to apply it correctly you can watch our full tutorial now.
Making Batons Magnetic
Having painted your surface with three good coats ofFerroPaint® and allowing it 24 hours to dry, you must then ensure your wooden batons are now magnetic.
Any object with a flat surface can become magnetic using ourflexible adhesive magnetic tapes, the amount of tape required depends on the weight of the object being hung.
Be sure to measure the length and width of your batons to ensure you get the correct amount and width of the tape, ensuring it’ll be completely hidden when the baton is on the wall.
Our tape is super flexible and can be easily cut and stuck with regular scissors before being easily stuck to a flat surface.
Depending on the size of the batons you may find adding small strips of tape to the top, middle and bottom of the baton an effective way of getting it to hold.
If you have any questions or queries then be sure to get in touch with our team of experts who are available at 800-917-0841 or email firstname.lastname@example.org today.