How Stikwood Is Made
Frequently Asked Questions
All of our planks are 100% real wood. In addition, Stikwood is made from wood that is naturally weathered which means your planks will be one-of-a-kind.
Peel and stick wood planks were invented by Stikwood to make the installation of our product easier than ever before. Each wood plank comes with easy-to-use adhesive strips on the back that you simply need to peel and stick onto your wall or ceiling.
Stikwood is DIY-friendly and can be installed by anyone which means if you do want to use the help of a professional, they’ll have no issues installing it either!
Stikwood can stick to most standard textures as long as the wall is painted, dry and dust free. If you have an uncommon or excessive texture you will want to sand down the bumps and paint the sanded areas. If you’re not sure if your walls should be sanded, please send us a message!
Yes, Stikwood can be used on ceilings - just check out some of these projects! If you have a ceiling that's rough, such as a popcorn texture, then the ceiling should be sanded and primed first.
Stikwood is considered a permanent design solution so with removal of the planks, there will be some damage to the wall such as peeling of the paint and drywall.
We sell directly to you through this website. We make the product and ship it right from our factory to your front door. Our goal is for your project to turn out great, so If you need help ordering, please contact us.
Stikwood’s adhesive is rated for 10 years!
We want to make sure you love your Stikwood so you can return your unused product within 30 days. Read our full policy here.
Yes. Stikwood works great as a backsplash. If you are using our natural patina materials (like reclaimed weathered wood), people will sometimes add our Splash Safe Coating for increased water resistance. Any of our products with a European Oil Finish are already water resistant.
Stikwood is considered safe for any surface as long as the surface you plan on covering is not too hot to touch. Stikwood is 100% real wood so you do not want to have it directly exposed to open flames because it is just as combustible as firewood would be.
Yes! In fact, you can put the Stikwood box, all of your trimmings, and even your tape peelings into your recycling bin.
Start by measuring the height and width of your wall in inches. Multiply those two numbers together and divide by 144. This will give you how many square feet you need. We recommend adding 5% extra for waste. Below is an example of this calculation or you can check out this article for more detailed step-by-step instructions. Example: Wall Width = 85 inches, Wall Height = 120 inches 80 inches x 120 inches = 9,600 inches 9,600 inches / 144 = 66.66 square feet 66.66 square feet + (66.66 x .05 waste) = 70 square feet total
Definitely! After installation, Stikwood can be treated like a normal wall so you’ll just want to make sure your screws or nails are long enough to reach the wall that the Stikwood is applied to.
Because Stikwood is made-to-order, our lead times normally range between four to six weeks.
As a rule, we don’t recommend outdoor use.
The cost of shipping depends on your individual order and the location it is being shipped to.