Make a Stunning Backsplash

2 Materials
4 Hours

Everyone deserve a stunning backsplash in his kitchen, if you want that your dream comes true? Try this, a peel and stick

tile backsplash. Easy to clean and fast to do, No mess no special tools required and the most important thing it’s NOT EXPENSIVE.

Step 1

I did the backsplash surface calculation: Length x Width = Area.

it’s in square foot. I ordered the tile packS as needed for my project. Meanwhile, I had to smooth any imperfection On the surfaces.

Step 2

The tools I used were, a scissor, a cutter And additional glue to secure the plastics tiles. I started with the corners and went on until I finished them all.

Step 3

Make sure that the tile are snapped with each other’s. Just follow the your logic. When done, I applied some white scilicone in the corners and between the peel and stick tiles and the countertop.

And done

After a few hours Of work, I got the most stunning and beautiful results I ever had. I was so happy to do this work and enjoying my modern and shiny backsplash. Believe me, an amazing home improvement can be done Just by us.

i decided to go with the whole wall because it was turning out very good.

stop hating your backsplash and go a head for a new kitchen look.

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Frequently asked questions

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  • Bonnie Bonnie on Jul 06, 2020

    Can you say where you ordered the tile sheets?

  • Linda Allen Linda Allen on Jul 13, 2020

    where do you get the tiles

  • Grandma seen it all Grandma seen it all on Jan 09, 2021

    I also bought some i want to use but I have two questions maybe you can answer. If i put it over existing tile can the tile underneath get moldy? And is it removeable in the future leaving the under layer intact? I want to change the look but not if it leads to problems down the road. Great job on yours.


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  • Jill Krol Jill Krol on Jul 16, 2020

    I did the peel and stick back splash. It cost me $110 and an afternoon of work. That's the good news. The bad news . . . around the stove they kept falling off because for some reason, the adhesive didn't like the heat from the oven. I won't ever do peel and stick again.

  • RG RG on Jan 09, 2021

    Use 3M Super 77 Multipurpose Spray Adhesive Low VOC found at Menards, Home Depot, Lowes or Amazon. I placed the tile in a flat shallow box, sprayed the adhesive on each piece in the garage. To remove the tiles from a wall, simply use a blow dryer, heat the tile to soften the adhesive and carefully peel off using a wide putty knife to avoid damage to the sheetrock.