atomic mad

05:36PM | 08/22/02
Member Since: 08/21/02
1 lifetime posts
Anybody have an idea as to where I might be able to get this stuff?! Got a manufacturer name, anything? Used to be produced in the fifties/sixties, was available everywhere. Home Depot nor Lowe's have a clue. Came in sheets like wood panelling. I'd even be interested in those thin fake filedstone/brick stuffs that you used to have to put on the wall w/this fake cement compound. Does anybody make this stuff? Help, got issues here. LOL Thanks Much.

doug seibert

06:29AM | 08/24/02
Member Since: 08/10/02
843 lifetime posts
How about Z-brick????????


07:33AM | 05/17/05
Member Since: 05/16/05
1 lifetime posts
Found a great manufacturer of faux brick in Toronto, Canada. They have a high definition replicas of 100 year old brick.

They have the look and texture of real weathered brick. It is very easy to cut and apply. They are 24 pieces already pre mounted on a fiberglass mesh. Sooo easy!!!!!

Try their website.




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