I have finally ordered a building to store my cake stuff in even though I won't be able to bake in it I can at least have all my things organized so that I can find what I need when I need it and I will have a work area so that I can sit and decorate and do fondant work. It's a wood building that I'm have a single 36" steel door put on the front and a side and back window. We will be putting in insulation and then an inside wall. My question is what to put on the inside walls. I think I recall reading on a thread on this site that you can't have wooden walls or paneling. I can understand the wooden walls because of the cleaning factor but I don't understand why you wouldn't be able to use paneling. I personally would love to have sheet rock so I could paint it but my husband and his friend say that if I put sheet rock on it it would crack if we ever needed to move the building. Any ideas?
Does anyone remember the thread about this?
You can use FRP panels, that is what alot of commercial kitchens are using. It is kind of like plastic sheeting so that it is easy to clean. I know that our home Depot carries it. I think it just has to be something smooth and easily cleaned.
If there is something else that can be used I would also like to know.
Anybody else have any ideas or have seen the thread I mentioned.