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Old 11-30-2002, 09:18 AM   #15
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Lowes, Home Depot, etc. It is used in showers, bathrooms. I have only seen one thickness, a little more than 1/16" and only white. It has a pebble surface, about $28 for a 4x8 sheet around here. I have seen it online at different plastics outfits but didn't really check it out as shipping on big sheets is really steep. There may be other colors, surfaces, etc. If there is a local plastic outfit you might check that out.


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FRP (fiberglass reinforced panels) made by Masonite comes in several different textures & colors although they are all neutral-tones of grey, beige & white. In addition to bathrooms, it's also used in commercial kitchens, hospitals & industrial applications, usually as a more cost effective solution to ceramic tile in sanitary situations.

Here's a link to the Masonite website. There should be a local distributor in your area (other than the "box" stores mentioned) that can order the panels in colors/textures other than white-pebble.


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I just recentlu removed all my interior panels to clean and to paint. A couple of them were dinged or dented slightly while removing (oops!) I wanted to know if the Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP) is strong enough to support the original shelving and walls? I would not be using this for the end caps....

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