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Old 02-29-2016, 02:48 PM   #1
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kitchen/bathroom backsplash - anyone ever use this?

Smart Tiles Sabbia 10.00 in. x 10.06 in. Peel and Stick Mosaic Decorative Wall Tile Backsplash in Beige-SM1043-1 - The Home Depot

I am considering these for my kitchen and maybe bathroom backsplashes. they seem like they would be a significant upgrade from the current fake wallpaper border backsplash in my trailer without the weight penalty of traditional tile.

does anyone have any experience with these? Home Depot about 20 miles away supposedly has them in stock, I plan to run up there and pick up a sheet or 2 to see them in person.
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Old 02-29-2016, 04:12 PM   #2
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My will be trying it. Unfortunately, at our HD it is an 'online only' item. Lowes has some in stock, but, of course, not the color or pattern we want.
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Old 02-29-2016, 05:21 PM   #3
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Not personally but several on here have. Really dresses it up. Good luck and Happy Campin
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Old 03-02-2016, 01:51 PM   #4
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I just used these to replace my mirror back splash. Very easy to use.
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I think I am going that route but where those tiles would go I have outlets so I would need to not only cut edges but in the middle of them? Do they cut pretty accurately?
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You can cut with a razor blade. I didn't have to cut around anything so I just used scissors.
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Old 03-02-2016, 03:37 PM   #7
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Yes, did this several weeks ago.



Bathroom; we cut them down to a less intrusive height


When you get to the windows, use the paper that stick to the adhesive from a previous tile and use a pencil to trace the correct shape and then use a razor blade to cut it so it fits around the window opening.
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Old 03-02-2016, 05:05 PM   #8
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I just used these to replace my mirror back splash. Very easy to use.
The change really looks great! What a difference with the "before" and "after" pics.
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I just used these to replace my mirror back splash. Very easy to use.
Beautiful!
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Mine came from the factory with the tile and what ever they did they should have used additional glue as my started fall off the walls after a month. I re glued and no trouble since. Adds a nice touch. Later RJD
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Kitchen backsplash

Went with this in the kitchen from Menards. It's called Aspect Metal. May use the tile in bath.








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All of them look great!
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The tiles are easy to cut, and stick like crazy. Wife is happy!
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WOW!

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The tiles are easy to cut, and stick like crazy. Wife is happy!
Nice job! can't wait to upgrade ours! Thanks for the picture!
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Looks great! Must be easier to clean (we actually cook). Looks like one of my next projects.
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Used them in our new GT3 and worked out great. Make sure it is at least 65 inside of the RV or they may not stick good. Easy to use.
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Forgot to tell you. We found ours on Amazon at half the price.
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Dayum! I need to stop reading these forums. I now have another item on my list of projects to do!

(those do look nice!)
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I went ahead and did mine this weekend! Really happy with how it came out!

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