Handy Metal Kitchen Wall Tiles - Squares - Chrome
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- Easily create a contemporary backsplash for your kitchen with our self-stick metal tiles
- The metal tiles can be easily cut with scissors yet won't chip, crack or stain like ordinary ceramic tile
- Our Kitchen Wall Tiles are fireproof so you can install with confidence
- One package of 24 square metal tiles covers 3 square feet
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Top Customer Reviews
new look. They are easy to clean. The installation was fairly easy as well.
However, the tiles are 4.25 inches square which is not listed in the description.
It took longer to install than expected and the adhesive tape should be larger than it is. They cut easily as stated. Overall I am pleased with the results. I recommend these if you are doing an area that is not large.
its rather attractive since it compliments the stove and facets
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I used these along with some brushed stainless looking ones on the back splash in my kitchen. It turned out amazing and was pretty easy to work with. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Gerald O.
They are nice looking but not the easiest to work with if you have any cuts. Also they started falling down after 3 months.Published 7 months ago by Kristofer L. Takach
I like these tiles and will definitely purchase them again. My only complaint is that the box doesnt come with enough double sided tape (some were damaged)which a simple purchase... Read morePublished on March 11, 2011 by TaD
I got these tiles when I got home from work... my husband was not around so i started it and before you knew it i was done. I love them so much I'm doing another wall.. Read morePublished on January 31, 2011 by Mchele
I read all the reviews prior to purchasing this product regarding the installation. I used mastic instead of liquid nails. Read morePublished on December 27, 2010 by Kathi
They arrived and went up fairly fast. The slowest part was getting the tape off the sticker. I also did like read in another review and made up a copper looking paint to paint... Read morePublished on October 12, 2010 by Tim