Provide a correct surface for nailing. The application of ReWood® wood strips goes well with nails with thin nails with a small head. Sawing is possible by hand or by machine. Also miter sawing on the corners is possible with machine tools. Nailing with a nail gun is recommended. The nails thus go deeper into the wood, and are then invisible. On stone walls you first apply a thin sheet material. Even then it can normally be 'nailed' with thin nails.



Because there are also curved wood panels in between, nailing is recommended. When you want to glue, you can not properly correct the curvature of a wood panel. This is the case with nailing. Nails and glue can also.

Work level, and always check the straight line after each row. Processing woodstrips is easy, you will soon see results! As with any manual work, it requires the necessary dexterity and accuracy. You can choose to punch the nails further into the wood with a punch, and fill the holes with malleable wood in the right color. If you use a nail gun, it is usually not necessary because the nails will automatically disappear a bit deeper into the wood.

It is recommended to order 10% extra, in connection with saw loss. ReWood® wood strips are sold per full box.



This product consists of small thin pieces of wood, measuring 5x20 cm in different thicknesses (2, 4 and 6 mm thickness). The pieces of wood are glued to the flat background with the recommended adhesive type. A spirit level, and pencil, and sawing tools is all you need.


Apply the PU adhesive evenly with a comb with 3mm teeth. Do not apply more than 0.5 mQ at a time.


It is worked from top to bottom. Press the panels together in the adhesive. Make sure no joints arise. Alternate with the different thicknesses of the panels


Set the first two rows staggered. Shorten one off to start with.


The panels can easily be shortened. If you end with a shortened panel, use what you have left to start a new row. 


Processing advice