Vinyl wainscoting – Wainscot panels, also referred to as bead board, comes in four of the eight-foot sheets. Set the 8-foot level builder against a wall, on the floor. Select the low edge of the level with a carpenter’s pencil when it shows the level. Slide the builder level 8 feet and repeat the procedure. After you level marks on all the walls, use a chalk box to snap a chalk line between the pencil marks.
Measure 42 inches from the chalk line and place a pencil mark with a carpenter’s pencil. Between the two pencil marks on each wall. Place two marks 42 inches from one end of the wainscoting with a carpenter’s pencil. Snap a chalk line between the marks to create a cut line. Cut panel vinyl wainscoting along the chalk line, at length, with a circular saw.
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Align the cut edge of the wainscoting with a chalk line closest to the floor. Attach the wainscoting to the wall by sliding a nail every 12-18 inches of each pin located behind the sheet. Cut and install all sheets wainscoting described earlier. Fill any nail holes with wood putty after installing all the sheets vinyl wainscoting. Sand the wood filler with a roundabout for the wood filler has dried.