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Aspect

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3 in. x 6 in. Stainless-Steel Short Grain Decorative Wall Tile (8-Pack)-DISCONTINUED

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Be inspired and create an exciting, contemporary space with aspect peel and stick tiles the radiant look of metal brought to life in an eco friendly, affordable alternative to high end installations. This striking backsplash or wall treatment provides high tech sheen to a room or if surrounded by softer textures, conveys luxurious sophistication. Brushed stainless steel finish with a short grain pattern provides a sleek, modern look. Tiles are 3 in. x 6 in. and available in four fantastic brushed finishes.

  • Metal construction provides durability
  • Manufactured from approximately 60% recycled material
  • Suitable for use in a backsplash, as a toe kick, for details and for accents and on walls and cabinets
  • Peel and stick design for easy installation
  • Construction adhesive can be used
  • Includes eight 3 in. x 6 in. tiles, or 1 sq. ft.

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3 in. x 6 in. Stainless-Steel Short Grain Decorative Wall Tile (8-Pack)-DISCONTINUED
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In reference to installing over existing tile, I'm looking to install over glass and marble mosaic is that possible?

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March 15, 2012
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August 28, 2013
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That is a great question. Thank you for asking. Aspect can be installed over most structurally sound substrates if they are clean, flat, smooth, dry, and free of dust, wax, soap scum and grease. Acceptable substrates are drywall, plaster or clean, smooth tile (glazed, porcelain type tile; not porous or textured). Any damaged, loose or uneven areas must be repaired, patched, leveled and primed. Fill Read More
That is a great question. Thank you for asking. Aspect can be installed over most structurally sound substrates if they are clean, flat, smooth, dry, and free of dust, wax, soap scum and grease. Acceptable substrates are drywall, plaster or clean, smooth tile (glazed, porcelain type tile; not porous or textured). Any damaged, loose or uneven areas must be repaired, patched, leveled and primed. Fill cracks and irregularities with wallboard compound or spackling, then sand smooth with fine-grade sandpaper. If you have any questions please call Customer Service at 800-434-3750. Read Less
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October 7, 2012
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I used "Locktite PL" adhesive which they recommended. It adheres to Marble and metal amoung other things so should be good for glass as well.
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March 20, 2012
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Hello sabrafan and thank you for your question.
I spoke to the customer service team at Aspect about applying the Stainless-Steel Short Grain Backsplash Tiles over your existing glass and marble mosaic tiles. You can do it provided the following:
1. your glass and marble mosaic tiles must be flat and smooth
2. sand off the glossy part of your existing tiles with a fine grit sandpaper
3. clean, dry, and
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Hello sabrafan and thank you for your question.
I spoke to the customer service team at Aspect about applying the Stainless-Steel Short Grain Backsplash Tiles over your existing glass and marble mosaic tiles. You can do it provided the following:
1. your glass and marble mosaic tiles must be flat and smooth
2. sand off the glossy part of your existing tiles with a fine grit sandpaper
3. clean, dry, and remove the dust with rubbing alcohol
4. ensure that the adhesive of the stainless-steel tiles have adequate surface area to stick to the face of your existing tiles
The installation Guide can be found here: http://aspectideas.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Aspect-Metal-Tile-Installation-guide-January-2012.pdf.
Be sure to read the installation manual in its entirety before you start and best wishes with your project! Read Less
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How do u cut the product?

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March 11, 2012
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October 7, 2012
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I used a chop saw and a "Dremel" tool with a cutoff blade.
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You're probably done by now, but I used a chop saw with a fine blade and it worked great.
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March 12, 2012
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Hello jan64! Thank you for your question! A chop saw (motorized miter saw) is recommended for straight cuts. A jig saw or scroll saw is recommended for non-straight cuts. For circular cuts, a hole saw works well. See Aspect Tile Installation Guide for additional information. All cutting blades must be fine-toothed “metal cutting” type. When cutting is complete, use a fine-grit sandpaper or a small metal Read More
Hello jan64! Thank you for your question! A chop saw (motorized miter saw) is recommended for straight cuts. A jig saw or scroll saw is recommended for non-straight cuts. For circular cuts, a hole saw works well. See Aspect Tile Installation Guide for additional information. All cutting blades must be fine-toothed “metal cutting” type. When cutting is complete, use a fine-grit sandpaper or a small metal file to debur the cut edges. Take the cut tile to the work space and place it in its intended location and make sure it fits properly.
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A four-inch brick set chisel and utility knife with a sharp blade can also be used for straight cuts on the tiles. The chisel maintains the rounded factory edge look. Measure and mark the tile where the cut must be made with a marker on the protective film. Using a straight edge, score along the entire tile using a utility knife. Place the brick set chisel on the line and strike the chisel with a hammer a few times along the line until an even indentation exists. Then, using the utility knife, make a few passes with a bit more pressure each pass. Bend back and forth until tile separates.
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Would you recommend putting this behind a sink? I'm concerned with water spots...

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March 15, 2013
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Hello Ph! Thank you for your question! Yes, you can install the Aspect tiles behind your sink. This is a very popular installation. You can wash the tiles with soap, water and a soft cloth. A glass cleaner or grease cutter can also be used. Please feel free to contact customer care for additional installation tips and tricks (800.434.3750).
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I don't see any problem with that. We have them behind our sink 18 inches high and they don't show spots anymore than our previous back splash. Just make sure you fix them with the recommended adhesive.
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How thick are the tiles in comparison to another object, such as a credit card?

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August 29, 2013
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That is a great question. Thank you for asking. The Aspect tiles are about 30mm thick. If you have any questions please contact Customer Service at (800)434-3750.
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The tiles are 1/8 of an inch thick. About as thick as four credit cards.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Looks absolutely wonderful! We did a small kitchen remodel and thought our existing tile backsplash would be ok to match the new countertops and appliances. Once the countertops and appliances were in place, the white tile backsplash did not look good at all. Since the countertops were already in place, tearing out the tile backsplash was not going to be an option. After researching my options, the Aspect peel and stick tiles seemed the product to try. We used a combination of long and short champagne colored tiles in a subway pattern. We used liquid nails to adhere to the tile. We had no problems at all installing the product. It took nearly 4 hours with the majority of the time taken to cut the tiles. Once completed we used a clear silicone calk around the bottom and sides. I am extremely happy with the results. February 26, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Back splash Product worked very well. Easy to put up and it looks great! August 7, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not as easy as it sounds. Fair rating may be generous. I installed this as a backsplash behind a stove. First, there is no ideal way to cut the pieces to fit, which is going to be necessary. Ended up having several wasted pieces initially due to trial and error. Finally went with a chisel to do the cuts. Found that to get the most accurate cuts. Second, you are going to need an additional adhesive, no question. I put the first ones on over the primed wall, and they all fell off within a week or so. Overall, spent more time on these than if I had gone with ceramic tile, and I probably spent almost as much. In the end, looks fine, but it wasn't worth the work and expense. January 10, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by company support I wrote the earlier, critical review, because the tiles fell off the walls after being installed by my contractor. Today someone from Aspect called and it seems my contractor failed to prep the wall properly (you have to use oil-based primer). The company has offered to send a rep to my home to do a proper installation. I'm not sure I'll do that, but I'm impressed that the company stands behind its product. The tiles are beautiful, and I'd recommend using contractor's glue or liquid nails to affix them. January 20, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love the product! I installed as a backsplash. I did it myself and used extra adhesive (I always use the extra insurance route) and I used a chop saw to cut. The cuts were perfect with no rough edges. They are up nearly a year now and none of mine have fallen off, not even directly behind the sink. They cleanup great too. In fact I am buying more to create a frame around a huge mirror in the bathroom! P.S. I have had more poor work done by 'pros' than you can shake a stick at! April 29, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by pretty but they don't stay up We had contractors do a complete kitchen renovation and used these very attractive tiles for backsplash behind the new range and a coffee nook, where the coffee pot sits. They were installed by the contractor, about two weeks ago. This morning, I went to the kitchen and found about ten of the tiles had fallen off the wall during the night. If I'd installed them myself, I'd assume I did it wrong, but these were installed by pros. November 23, 2010
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Tiles are beautiful I installed these tiles behind our cooktop. They look great & clean well. I prepped the wall to use them as peel & stick but many wouldn't stay up & some fell even a few weeks later. I then used construction glue on all. You only need 5 little dots per tile so I highly recommend going this route. March 9, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Geat product Just finished installing 20 boxes of tile. The tiles are of excellent quality. They do need an adhesive on the back to hold securely. The directions tell you where to place the adhesive. The adhesive helps you "float" the tiles if the surface is not totally flush. October 7, 2012
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