Waterproof wall panels are made of plastic or vinyl and are used to protect areas that usually become wet, such as bathrooms and exterior walls. However, before painting a whole wall, all paint on a small area of the panel should be checked. Can you paint waterproof wall panels? PVC panels; PVC is a common form of plastic used to make waterproof panels. PVC is melted and shaped to look like real wood. Usually the company manufacturer’s panels will offer several different finishes and colors. But if you live in a house that already has PVC panels and you do not like the color then it will be necessary to paint the panels. PVC plastic can be painted, but there are a few tricks for it. HDPE panels; HDPE is another type of plastic that is commonly used to make wall panels.
The panels are made in the same way as PVC panels with melting, molding and molding. HDPE is also sold in a variety of colors and finishes. But not as many as PVC, because it is a newer product. HDPE is used more often in industrial and commercial settings. If waterproof panels are located in your home, it is likely that they are PVC plastic instead of HDPE. But the painting procedure for both plastics is the same. Preparation; Preparation is essential for a proper painting bond for any plastic and planar video wall. The panels must be thoroughly cleaned with the grease-fighting soap and sanded with high-sand grain sandpaper. The panels should then be wiped off with an acetone solution to get rid of dust and grease. Immediately wipe the surface with a clean damp cloth to remove acetone.
All acetone still on the plastic will cause adhesion problems. If this step is ignored, the paint will not stick to plastic and it will flake and peel away causing ugly bubbles, flakes and scratches on the surface of the panels. Painting; once the surface is prepped, painting can begin. Use a paint that is intended for use with plastic. There are several types of acrylic primers designed for use with plastic. You can also use an epoxy primer. Ensure that the solution is water-based rather than oil-based. We can apply the paint for monitor wall with a brush or roller. A roller should only be used with flat screens and a brush should be used with panels that have elevations or depressions. Allow the primer to dry for 24 hours. Follow primer application with an acrylic paint designed for use with plastic.