I’ll third the marlite … especially if you will be scrubbing the walls much. Note that in a kitchen you’re usually using stainless near the ranges, fryers etc … for that reason first see what your Health dept will require for your case.
If you don’t want to mess around putting up new panel
board aka marlite or stainless steel and don’t want to mess
with that 2 part epoxy @ $50 a gallon. Try using oil
based alkyd semi gloss enamel @ $20 a gallon.
Bulletproof and scrubable !
One of the least expensive and cleanable wall systems that meets health department regulations is the FRP board or Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic board. Glasbord is one such board. Here is the website for it.
There are many comparable products. This one is probably the leading most well known one.
High gloss epoxy paints could be used but they are much less durable.
I’m curious on the sq/ft pricing on some of the materials mentioned above… With the exception of the SS panel.. Doc BBQ covered it in his initial post..
Dr of BBQ
That material in the Midwest is called Nudio Board and it’s made here in Springfield. There may be others that produce the same product I’m just not aware of them. It’s a third generation business that now ships their products all over the world. In fact since the war started they have been producing products for the U S Gov to line shipping containers non stop day and night. They are a great family and an asset to the city.
There is also a wall panel material (Marlite) you can buy in sheets that is washable and white..It’s textured and can be found on the walls of restaurant bathrooms, too. It is excellent.
Dr of BBQ
I’m not sure if the price would be the same everywhere but Stainless Steelin Springfield Illinois is only $110.00 for a four by ten foot sheet. You’ll never have to paint again. And with a cordless screw driver and self- tapers you can put it up in a heartbeat. The only down side is you’ll need to take good measurements and have a professional company cut or bend it as needed.
PS you can look at my trailer at http://www.DrofBBQ.com
What’s the best stuff for the walls of a concession trailer? I’ve searched here and only can determine one suggestion…two part epoxy. Is that it?
Washable kitchen wall paint?
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