What kind of glue can I use in my bathroom if I'm using pallet wood?
I would like to use pallet wood on the main wall in bathroom . How can I get it to stick
How can I fix this very noticeable patch job on my bathroom wall?
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What can I use on pallet wall to stop chance of splinters?
Color of wood.
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Can I use wood pallets for my kitchen backsplash?
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How can I hang a picture on my wallboard bathroom wall?
I don’t want to screw anything into it. I would love to add a mirror but I worry that it might be too heavy and fall if I just stuck it on the wall.
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Liquid Nails plus nail into studs.
Locktite Power Grab. Also nail into studs.
I agree that nailing your pallet wood into the studs in your wall is a great idea. But when there is no stud available you might need to use an adhesive. I would use either Liquid Nails or Gorilla Glue.
If either the walls or the pallet pieces are not straight, no amount of glue is ever going to hold them all in place without cracking, slipping down, or popping off. You will need nails for sure. Where there are no studs, use toggle bolt screws.
Here's a collection of projects adding pallet wood to the walls. Maybe that will give you some helpful hints.
If you ever want to remove the paneling, the glue is going to destroy the walls. Use nails instead. Get an inexpensive nail gun to attach the wood. It's fast and fun to use.
I’m with Emy, try to nail rather than glue as glue will destroy a wall if you or someone else ever wants to remove it. You can rent the tools if necessary. I attached lath to a bathroom wall that way, you can see it here: https://www.flippingtheflip.com/2017/11/hall-bathroom-revisited.html?m=1