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Old 03-12-2006, 08:50 PM  
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ok, so you did it in the bathroom -- how long ago -- no moisture problems then?


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Venitian plaster holds up to bathrooms quite well.
I had it done by a local artist on a job because she was also doing murals in the house.
She took some time doing it but it was cool when she finished.
You need to prep your area good.Do any tile work first as this ties into it.
It's kind of like a rough bowling ball when it's finished.
Probably not the best analogy!!
But the last coat to go on is carnuba wax. Thats what she used anyway.

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Old 12-14-2007, 09:57 AM  
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Wet Wall is what you are looking for, it clips together and installs in minutes, very easy maintenance as itís made from plastic.

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Post is from 2005 - hope it is done already!
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You never know with this crowd...not many post back to tell us what happened.
Thanks to those that do.


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