Stitch Wall Flats - 3D Wall Panels
Description > > >
- Easily transform a boring wall into eye-catching wall art.
- Lightweight and Paintable.
- Easy to DIY.
- Recycled and biodegradable.
- Healthy and Safe with no chemical fillers, plastics, no VOC's, and no urea-formaldehyde.
Product Specifications > > >
|Coverage||The tiles are sold by the box and each box contains 10 tiles and will cover 22.5 sq ft|
|Dimensions||18"x18" and are 3/4" deep|
|Materials||The raw material used for the production of our Wall Flats - 3D Wall Panels, is the fibrous residue remaining after sugarcane stalks are crushed to extract their juice. The fibrous residue, called Bagasse, used as the raw material is 100% recycled.
Bagasse is one of the world's most renewable resources because sugarcane can be harvested up to 3 times a year. The total harvest worldwide is more than 1.2 billion metric tons yearly. 3 tons of sugarcane equals 1 ton of bagasse. Our textured wallpaper take advantage of this plentiful material by molding it into our wall panels and diverting it from landfills.
Bagasse, is also compostable and therefore 100% biodegradable. By re-using the waste of sugarcane production instead of burning it we are helping to protect our natural environment.
Wall Flats - 3D Wall Panels are healthy and safe with no chemical fillers, plastics, no VOC's, and no urea-formaldehyde.
|Color||Off-white paintable surface|
|Fire Rating||Rating: Class B
Flame Spread Index: 60
Smoke Developed Index: 35
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