Plan on how many sheets you require based on the size of your walls
Determine the length and height of your first sheet
Nail the sheet tight into the cornice
Fix the subsequent sheets and glue them up together
Fix the final sheet and ensure that the whole board is equal to the length of the wall or ceiling
Fill all the nail holes and paint if necessary
VJ lining boards are usually not meant for wet areas like bathrooms, but you can paint them to be waterproof.
VJ lining boards are usually not waterproof and hence not suitable for bathrooms.
Use longer and shorter nap rollers to pain VJ boards. First, use the longer nap roller to pain the overall board. Longer naps will enable reaching the grooves of the boards. Next, use a shorter nap to smoothen out the texture.
VJ lining boards are vertical MDF (Medium Density Fibreboards) panels spaced equally. Each panel is glued to one another and nailed together to form an entire board.