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  • From Joe at 7/15/13 4:08 PM
    • How would you cut wall flat pieces without fraying or damaging?
    • From the manufacturer's installation instructions:

      In most installations you will probably need to cut some tiles. The tiles can be cut with a standard utility knife or power tools. We recommend taping along cut lines or drill spots with painters tape to reduce pulp flair when using power tools. After the tiles are cut and tape removed, lightly sand edges to remove any pulp flair if necessary. When using power tools always follow manufacturer’s suggestions for equipment use and safety precautions.
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  • From Patrick at 9/17/13 10:05 PM
    • Can you wrap an outside corner of a wall with this product? I have a wing wall by my front entry and would like to wrap both sides and the end wall (5" wide) Thanks!
    • Hi Patrick,

      These are not a flexible material that can be bent around corners but they can be trimmed. You might want to order a sample panel to see if trimming to 5" resutls in a desirable outcome with a given pattern. I suspect you might have to be creative with trim pieces to come up with a pleasing appearance.

      You might consider not doing the end of the wall - the 5" section - if it's not a natural break in the pattern of the tile.

      I'm not sure if this answers your question, but I'm happy to try to answer additional questions.

      Kind regards,


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  • From Patrick Langford at 1/7/14 10:35 PM
    • I'm sure this is covered in the instructions, but I didn't see any listed. Here's my question: Is this product glued to the wall? What is recommended if so? Do all the pieces butt against each other when installing? Do you never to caulk the seams? Thanks
    • Hey Patrick,

      Thanks for writing. Inhabit suggests adhering the wall flats to your walls using tile mastic, contact cement or double stick tape and then using drywall primer and paintable caulk or joint compound to close any seams.

      I hope this is helpful. Let us know if you have further questions.


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