art3d 即剥即 backsplashes 瓷砖乙烯基厨房墙 stikers 6件装
- 采用环保材料*、 stylish-made 耐***对人们健康**制成*热量和*
- size-each 砖为91.4 cm 长 x 53.09 cm 宽约每个包6块覆盖面积为5.5平方英尺。 ( 0.5平方米 )
- 智能为厨房 ( 大部分后防溅板 ) 和浴室 ( 请勿用于淋浴 ) dresser-suitable 或任何您想要更换成时尚光滑表面
- 取 easily-no 灌浆整洁只需测量尺码如果需要剥下粘贴于任何干净、光滑、无孔表面
- 3d effect-the 浮雕3d 环氧树脂为您提供强大的3d 视觉效果粘胶 substratum 可以牢牢贴在墙壁
方便 DIY 揭下来并粘贴瓷砖马赛克贴纸智能瓷砖是一个概念底板上面配有凝胶成分称为环氧树脂浮雕图案3d 环氧树脂提供了令人惊艳的视觉 IMPACT. 瓷砖的轻薄、轻便的可以安装在几分钟内超过一个干净、光滑的表面没有任何麻烦或专业工具并且永远不会随着时间出现裂纹。浴室瓷砖墙壁瓷砖也是一种经济涵盖材质如果这***是您的墙壁瓷砖的相同设计只需剥离下来并更换一个新风格。 art3dtm 马赛克贴纸提供 veracious 系列满足您不同的品味。浴室瓷砖墙壁瓷砖质地轻盈易于处理切割和保养会保持您的墙壁上只要您希望他们的世界。 该瓷砖也可轻松直接安装在现有面板或光滑表面。 专为厨房后挡板、浴室后挡板浴室的瓷砖不可的热量和湿度 ( 请勿用于淋浴。
- 瓷砖不直接接触火焰、蒸汽或水 submerse 。 请勿粘贴瓷砖小于2.5 CM 炉顶部的干爽舒适。
- 固化时间为2天后您安装在您的墙壁 ( 21天用油漆墙面上。
- 新款到货揭下来并粘贴瓷砖墙壁可能存在少许凝胶气味。 这种气味将会 dispel 2 – 3天。
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Preparation was sanding the painted wall smooth and remove the old nasty sealant from the top of my counter-top. Used a power sander and the ALLWAY TOOL CT31 3 in 1 for caulk removal and smoothing of new caulk once applied (after the back splash was put up). This took a while to get that nasty gummy old sealant up. Once finished sanding I cleaned up my mess and wiped down the walls with light soap and water towel ensuring all the dust particles were up.
Once completely dry, I used a cheap little black and decker laser level to make sure my line was straight. This didn't help me much since my counter top wasn't exactly level but it did provide me with a guide. I still measure out a few random points and marked them with a pencil to ease my OCD.
Using an large Amazon box cut open and spread across the floor with trash bags around it I got my first 12x12 back-splash tile and removed the backing. Holding it low and close to the old Amazon box I sprayed it with 3M adhesive spray (recommended from the included instructions). This might be a no brainer but I'll throw it out there cause I did it.....I cut the staggered ends off one tile (the first tile) and place that one on the wall cause the next tile you place will overlap the first one. I just put the first tile on the wall and didn't consider the placement of the next. Staggered end will overlap the previous tile.
Continued to place tiles against the wall one after another doing my best to keep them level. Don't worry if you get a bit off level, a slight offset isn't very noticeable and is correctable with the next tile. I started at the top staggered edge and worked left to right using my hands to ensure it was firmly up against the wall and overlapping the previous tile.
Cutting around light switches and electrical outlets was not that hard. Before I peeled the waxy back off revealing the adhesive, I would line it up on the wall to check where the light switch/outlet was and using an exact-o knife I cut a small square out. I cut small each time because I figured it would be better to keep cutting a little more than cutting to much and my patience payed off. I did my best to just cut around the metal enclosure box that houses the outlet or switch. Once it laid flat against the wall, I peeled, sprayed, put it on the wall and put the outlet cover back up.
That is pretty much it. I took a lot of breaks; found this at times to be a bit nerve racking. Working under my cabinets with poor lighting trying my best to be as accurate as possible. Rounding a corner was easier than I thought as well. Just keep pressing all the way up to the corner and then press it into the corner. Lastly I added my sealant to the top of the counter top, let it dry, cleaned up my mess, wiped my back splash down with a damp towel for a last minute check for bubbles. Took me over three hours from start to finish.
Round two. Got some spray adhesive and I lightly sanded down the entire area that tiles would be placed. (Wipe with a damp cloth, then with a dry paper towel before placing tiles) and they went up, and stayed up. Don't be shy with the adhesive - you don't want a tile to fall down. It's not fun to fix it.
Advice: Plan your attack before you dive in. Measure twice, cut once. Use a level, and keep a straight line. There is some room for error in placing the tiles, but you want to keep it as straight as possible. Corners are the worst. Good luck with those, especially if your corners are not perfectly square.
Overall, it cost me about $250 to do everything in the picture. Certainly cheaper than hiring a tile guy to do your backsplash, and it added a much needed flare to the kitchen.
Would I do it again? Probably. Its not perfect. You can see seam lines when you get up close, but at a moderate to far distance, it looks just like real tile. It's a bit pricey for what it is, but you can't beat the ease of installation compared to real tile.