Steel wall panels can quickly change the appearance of a bathroom. Whether you add waterproof panels behind a bath or set up decorative wall panels throughout the room, the installation process is basically the same. Preparing the walls can take as long as actually hanging the bathroom panels.
Spread the panel glue as recommended for the type of steel wall panels on the back of the blade. Set the panel in place. If panels require nails, place the finishing nails along the side of the panel every 10 to 15 cm (4 to 6 inches). Add extra nails along the studs; place the nails 20 to 30 cm (8 to 12 inches) apart. Spread glue on it and press the panel against the wall.
Rub chalk around the cabinet. Hold the steel wall panels and point to the area where the box is. Copy transfers to the back of the panel so you know where to cut out the drain hole. Drill holes in each corner, and then use a jigsaw to cut out the hole. Use the same process to cut other shapes in panels. Finish the job by putting casting and trim back on the bathroom wall. Recycle inventory and electrical outlet cover.