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Aspect

Model A52-51

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Store SO SKU #1000403689

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

$15.44 /each
Color: Champagne
  • 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. This easy to use product is available in four different colors and two grain directions. 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.

  • Easy to use peel and stick application
  • Double-sided aluminum with polymer core
  • Use in multiple applications including backsplash, walls, cabinets, toe-kicks, details, accents and more
  • 1 package covers 1 sq. ft.

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Would these work behind a built-in cooktop?

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I have a Jenn-Aire cooktop, and I would like to use this product on the wall behind it. Currently, the wall behind my Jenn-Aire cooktop is just painted dry wall. And is this product easy to clean if grease splatters on it?
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August 16, 2016
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Yes. I put mine behind a new cooktop.
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April 15, 2016
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use a mini version vertical for best look
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May 30, 2014
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Hello! Thank you for your question! Aspect has a heat index of 200 degrees (F) without causing any damage to the tile or panel. Refer to your stove (or other heat source) manufacturer for specific information. When installing behind your stove ensure there is 3-4 inches between the heat source and your Aspect tiles. Please feel free to contact customer care for any additional questions at 800.434.3750. Read More
Hello! Thank you for your question! Aspect has a heat index of 200 degrees (F) without causing any damage to the tile or panel. Refer to your stove (or other heat source) manufacturer for specific information. When installing behind your stove ensure there is 3-4 inches between the heat source and your Aspect tiles. Please feel free to contact customer care for any additional questions at 800.434.3750. Thank you! Read Less
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February 4, 2014
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Hello BigD and thank you for your question.
You can install the Aspect 3 inch x 6 inch Brushed Champagne Long Grain Metal Decorative Wall Tiles behind your cooktop. Aspect has a heat index of 200 degrees (F) without causing any damage to the tile or panel. The tiles do not scratch easily, but they can be scratched like any coated metal surface. You can clean the tiles with soap, water and a soft cloth. Read More
Hello BigD and thank you for your question.
You can install the Aspect 3 inch x 6 inch Brushed Champagne Long Grain Metal Decorative Wall Tiles behind your cooktop. Aspect has a heat index of 200 degrees (F) without causing any damage to the tile or panel. The tiles do not scratch easily, but they can be scratched like any coated metal surface. You can clean the tiles with soap, water and a soft cloth. A glass cleaner or grease cutter can also be used.
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How do you cut these tiles?

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Do you need special tools to cut these tiles?
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They recommend a chop saw, but... I used a Dremel, and it worked great. Just take your time when cutting them. Around outlets and light switches, I highly recommend cutting them so the outlet or light switch rest on the tile, otherwise they will be about 3/16" recessed into the cover plate. You will have to unscrew the outlet or switch from the electrical box to install the tiles, and then you can Read More
They recommend a chop saw, but... I used a Dremel, and it worked great. Just take your time when cutting them. Around outlets and light switches, I highly recommend cutting them so the outlet or light switch rest on the tile, otherwise they will be about 3/16" recessed into the cover plate. You will have to unscrew the outlet or switch from the electrical box to install the tiles, and then you can re-install the switch or outlet. For these steps cut the tiles, shut off power to the electrical box you're working around, install the tiles, and then restore power after you've completed re-installing the outlet or switch. Read Less
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November 2, 2015
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Great 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 Read More
Great 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. Feel free to contact customer care for installation troubleshooting (800.434.3750). Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 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. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 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. April 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Long grain 3" x 6" wall tile Easy to install, look sleek and clean. You probably will have to cut some depending on lengths needed. November 10, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 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!! October 24, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by An easy to install backsplash These peel and stick tiles are very easy to install. They stick very well and are hard to get off set incorrectly. But the finished product looks good and is easy to clean. July 21, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Satisfied It does not shine as much as I thought. The product really glues down well and is easy to install. Overall, is a good product for small spaces. January 14, 2014
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