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Smooth Spruce Tongue & groove Cladding (W)95mm (T)7.5mm, Pack of 5
- Once final decoration has been applied wipe with a soft & clean damp cloth
Features and benefits
Can be used on walls or ceilings, for boxing pipe work or as a splash back in kitchens. Can be used in all rooms around the home and finished with a paint, stain or varnish.
- Can be used on walls or ceilings, for boxing pipe work or as a splash back in kitchens. Can be used in all rooms around the home and finished with a paint, stain or varnish.
- Use vertically or horizontally
- Condition battens and cladding
- Use cladding clips to attach cladding to battens
- If using in a bathroom or kitchen ensure all timbers are sealed on all sides and ends
- Made from responsibly sourced, Forest Friendly timber
Health and safety
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Diydough - 3 months ago
Thin soft pine when you store it flat in house and use it unless the room is cold it warps and bends if you using in house it shrinks as well after fitting
Would not recommend this product at all get a pine cladding that’s been dried properly before put on sale
Not great, OK-ish for shed
Dutchieh - 5 months ago
Lots of knots and holes, some large ones where the tongue and groove meet, and some very bent, so much so that they will not stay put, not even with considerable weight pulling them down. About 1 board per pack unusable, others only partially unusable. Still need more packs, so it may seem cheap, but you will need at least 15-20% extra. Redeeming feature is that it looks good.
Wood keeps shrinking
DanthePoppy - 3 years ago
I wish I could delete my earlier review.
It's been a week since my first review but everything has got a lot worse.
The wood keeps on shrinking. The gap has got a lot bigger now.
I measured the width of the panels and 2 have shrunk by over 5mm each. Another two look to be going the same way and others are splitting - I've attached some pictures.
Now I either have to remove the panels (which means removing the sink and other fittings) and re-fit with new boards.
The alternative is buy one new pack from B&Q - split 2 boards and glue together to make on wider board to replace one that has shrunk so much, If I take this option I will need to leave the boards in the room for a good 6 months to a year to make sure they fully acclimatise.
The pictures below are all different areas in a room that is 2M X 1M (and only 2 of the walls have this on it).
Let it dry out for a lonnnnnng time!
DanthePoppy - 3 years ago
I purchased half a dozen packs of this cladding to cover a wall in the downstairs cloakroom.
I opened all the packs and left the wood in the room for a couple of weeks to acclimatise.
Some were slightly twisted but not too bad.
I then primed the wood and fitted it using the clips i purchased with the boards.
Painted it and was really pleased with the result.
6 weeks later I started to notice a slight gap between two of the boards.
Now the gap is wider than tongue / groove and i can see the insulation between the boards and then more gaps started to appear.
One has also started to split
My advice - leave the boards for 3 months to fully acclimatise!
pabsdad - 3 years ago
When fitting many of the t & g panels out of the first few packs I had to break off the back edge of the groove in order to slot in the tongue as those edges were thin and split - and incapable of accepting the tongue's thickness. Trying a further pack the groove was stiff and able to locate the tongue properly. Knowing that, I returned my remaining packs to look for others with proper grooves......it made all the difference and fitting the remaining panels was a piece of cake. Having said that most panels were slightly bowed [concave] - but bearing in mind the price that was acceptable and the overall effect when the job was done looked fine.