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Wakol D3540 Cork Contact Adhesive
Wakol D3540 Cork Contact Adhesive
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Cork Floor Sealant Loba EasyFinish Matt
Cork Floor Sealant Loba EasyFinish Matt
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Is Cork Good for Bathroom Walls?

Absolutely! Cork’s natural qualities make it a not only viable but excellent choice for your bathroom walls.

Besides its stylish, elegant look, cork will make your bathroom more comfortable, due to being a superb thermal and acoustic insulator. Nothing like getting out of a peaceful shower to a bathroom with a pleasant temperature!

Of course, moisture is always a factor to keep in mind when it comes to bathrooms. But luckily, cork is naturally resistant to water, and can be made waterproof through the application of a sealant. Moreover, cork has antimicrobial properties, which make it resistant to mould and mildew.

We should mention that it’s also an organic and sustainable material: a cork wall bathroom is a friend to the environment.

How to Install Bathroom Cork Wall Tiles?

This involves just a few steps. However, we recommend that you seek a professional to ensure the best results and durability, which is even more important in the humid environment of a bathroom.

●     Preparing the surface. This consists in making sure that the walls are dry, smooth and clean.

Measuring and cutting. Using a sharp utility knife, cut the tiles to fit the area.

Applying adhesive. Use waterproof adhesive, suitable for cork and for bathroom conditions, and apply it evenly on the wall.

Placing the tiles. Put the tiles in place and press them onto the wall, taking care to ensure a tight, seamless fit.

Applying a waterproof sealant. This will improve the wall’s resistance to water.