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Aspect Long Grain 3 in. x 6 in. Metal Decorative Tile Backsplash in Brushed Stainless (8-Pack)
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Aspect

Long Grain 3 in. x 6 in. Metal Decorative Tile Backsplash in Brushed Stainless (8-Pack)

$15.87 /each
Color: Brushed Stainless
  • Bronze
  • Brushed Stainless
  • Champagne
  • Copper
  • White

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Aspect is a decorative metal tile that provides the look of custom metal backsplash and wall paneling at a fraction of the cost. There are a wide variety of tile patterns that can be used. Aspect tiles can be designed to create as elaborate or as uncomplicated as your personal style requires.

  • Made with double-sided aluminum with polymer core for a custom look at a fraction of the cost
  • Easy to use peel and stick application
  • 1 package equals 1 sq. ft. of coverage
  • Use in multiple applications including backsplash, walls, cabinets, toe-kicks, details, accents and more
  • Simple to clean with non-harsh cleaning products
  • ACP has been an industry leader for 20 years and prides itself on its products

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The area that I have to cover is not wall-to-wall. Any suggestions on what to use to trim top & edges?

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October 7, 2016
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Hello msBobvila! 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 should be carbide-tipped or high-speed steel, and made for cutting nonferrous metal. When cutting is complete, use a fine-grit sandpaper Read More
Hello msBobvila! 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 should be carbide-tipped or high-speed steel, and made for cutting nonferrous metal. 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 utility knife with a sharp blade can also be used for straight cuts on the tiles. 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. Carefully make a few passes with a bit more pressure each pass. Bend back and forth until tile separates. Please feel free to contact customer care for installation trouble shooting at 800-434-3750.
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What is the difference between the Aspect Long grain metal tile for $16.92 and the Instant Mosaic peel and stick brushed metal tile for $11.32?

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They look the Same or very close, but the later has reviews that talk about the edges being kind of beat up, and therefore needing extra tile. I actually bought these tile a few years ago and had the same issue. Are the Aspect tile heavier and If I pay more per box am I going to get a better product? Will I eliminate that problem?

These are the most beautiful finished product and relatively easy to install. You will love them.
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July 7, 2016
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Hello and thank you for your interest in our product. The Aspect tiles and panels will last well-beyond the lifetime of your kitchen, bath or wall project. The tiles and panels are virtually indestructible under normal use. Please feel free to contact our customer care team at 800.434.3750 for any further questions or needed assistance. Thank you!
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My tile was placed behind my stove and other parts of my kitchen and I have a small kitchen. Why are pieces coming loose

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They are falling off
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September 20, 2016
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Hello and thank you for your interest in our product. Depending upon the substrate the tiles were adhered to, or the heat index the tiles are reaching could be impacting the tiles. PL Premium can be used as an additional adhesive to alleviate this issue. Please feel free to contact our customer care team at 800.434.3750 for further troubleshooting assistance. Thank you!
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Could be because of the material you stuck it too. If you have that happen you can put tile glue on the back of it and that would eliminate that problem.
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How do you cut the tiles? Is it easy to do well?

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June 8, 2016
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Hello and thank you for your interest in our product. 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. 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 Read More
Hello and thank you for your interest in our product. 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. 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. Another cutting method is to use a router. Please feel free to contact our customer care team at 800.434.3750 for any further questions or troubleshooting issues. Thank you! Read Less
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Long Grain 3 in. x 6 in. Metal Decorative Tile Backsplash in Brushed Stainless (8-Pack) is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 31.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Aspect Metal Home Project The aspect metal long and short grain stainless steel backsplash is a wonderful product. I remodeled my kitchen and choose this product for the look and it being a self adhesive product. I would recommend this product to anyone who is wanting a stainless steel backsplash with a side of flare!
Date published: 2016-07-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from metal backsplash Easy to cut with a trim blade on a miter saw. Small cuts with a jig saw. Note: when ripping the tile long ways use a square scrap to go across the guide rail, laying the tile in front of the wood. I used plaster weld on wall to assure a good bonding surface. Make sure you have flattened the wall application. Glue is aggressive and will take off under wall surface if you make a mistake. Always pre fit with wax paper still on. Home depot had the best price. Trim pieces can be ordered direct from man. web site.
Date published: 2016-04-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lovely colour but a nightmare.......... Tiles are a beautiful colour. They are easy to apply once you have got each one seated into the trim - if using the trim. ( would not recommend unless you really need to) However cutting the tiles is a different matter. Nightmare. Once again the advertising does not reflect an accurate description of the level of competency required to use this product. If no cutting around plug sockets, corners etc., is required then hey ho and away you go , but if shaping is required be prepared to splash out on a chop saw if you haven't got one. Using a chop saw is the only way you can make a decent cut. I really love the tiles but cutting them. Ye Gods!!
Date published: 2013-10-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fast and Easy We wanted something that would accent the stainless steel appliances, and be low maintenance. It seemed the wife was always cleaning the white popcorn paint, and we were watching it slowly come off on the towels while cleaning. The builder wasn't exactly a pro when it came to drywall, so there were some areas that weren't quite flat. Looking through the local Home Depot we saw these. We looked at a couple other options, but thought these were the best choice. I took my time, and did it over 4 days, about 2 hours each day. Cutting around the electrical boxes took the longest time. I had one section that took 40 tiles where there wasn't any electrical boxes, and had that section done in less than 10 minutes. The slow part came when I had to cut the tiles to go around the electrical boxes, for the finishing touches, and ends. I was going about 1 tile every 5-8 minutes for those areas. They are a layer of stainless steel applied to about 1/8" of plastic with an adhesive backing. 1. They recommend using an adhesive when applying them over an uneven surface. Take that advice. 2. They recommend a chop saw. I took my time using a Dremel, and had no problems. The cuts were straight, and everything lined up perfectly. 3. They recommend removing the clear protective coating before installing the tile. I recommend keeping it on until you're done marking, measuring , and cutting. When you are going around an electrical box with either a switch or outlet, make sure you cut the tile so they will rest on the tile once installed. Measure and cut the tile so it outlines the electrical box. Remove power from the circuit. remove the switch or outlet from the electrical box. Install the tile. Re-install the switch or outlet. restore power to the circuit. If you don't cut the tile so the switch or outlet rest on the tile, they will be about 3/16" recessed from the face of the cover plate. After I finished the stainless steel tiles seemed a little dark. We cleaned them with glass cleaner, and it helped quite a bit. Last thing I have to do is seal around the base where the tiles meet the granite countertop, and on the top edges. I installed the tiles on the kitchen window ledge behind the sink, so I have an outside corner there. I used white caulking to seal it, and it looks good. clear for the countertop, and white for the top edge, and it's complete.
Date published: 2015-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really great product I used copper tiles. And they look great. I made it a little harder on myself by creating 1/16th inches grout lines. But I think it will look great. I have not grouted yet. I am very happy with the quality and the ease to install....no tile setting goop required.
Date published: 2016-08-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from backsplash tile Happy with the finished project. It took a little longer to install than I anticipated but it was worth the effort. The light weight feature of the tiles as compared a ceramic tile was definitely a plus for me.
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brushed nickel backsplash Used them around a bathroom mirror in place of a frame. Great easy upgrade for $30. Warning, they stick! There is no repositioning once they are on. Great product
Date published: 2016-10-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Back splash Great product it was the right color to bring out designs in the countertop plus it matched great with the cabinets
Date published: 2016-09-27
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