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Aspect

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Subway Matted 12 in. x 4 in. Metal Decorative Tile Backsplash in Brushed Stainless (1 sq. ft.)

$15.87 /each
Color: Brushed Stainless
  • Brushed Champagne
  • Brushed Stainless

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Get the look of a high-end, designer kitchen at a fraction of the cost with matted Aspect. These easy to use, peel and stick matted Aspect sheets install easily while giving you the look of a custom backsplash. Available in stainless and champagne, matted Aspect is sold in packs of three.

  • Tiles are made with double-sided aluminum with polymer core to give you a custom look at a fraction of the cost
  • Easy to use peel and stick application
  • Three 12 in. x 4 in. pieces per package/each package covers approximately 1 sq. ft.
  • Use in multiple applications including backsplash, walls, cabinets, 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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Subway Matted 12 in. x 4 in. Metal Decorative Tile Backsplash in Brushed Stainless (1 sq. ft.)
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What kind of tools are needed? How do you cut it?

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December 1, 2015
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I initially used a jigsaw but it took longer and it was cumbersome. During the last quarter of the job, I used the miter saw and found this made cutting the tiles easier ( and made them look better).
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You have to buy a wet saw. There is no way around it-we tried and ruined many tiles in the process
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February 13, 2015
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We used a jig saw for the majority of the cutting with a metal cutting blade. This is what the directions recommended. We used a grinder to smooth out edges or to shave down tiny amounts to make it work around electrical outlets and light switches.
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February 9, 2015
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In my opinion, you cannot do this project without a Dremel hand held tool and a cutting disc attachment. Better get a couple extra discs, as 2 of my 3 broke on me during cutting. I think they must've been thinner, as the one I started with ended up doing my entire job, which was 17 sq feet (17 boxes of tiles).
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December 9, 2014
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I used a jigsaw with a metal cutting blade for the straight cuts and a mitre box for the trim edge corners.
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April 9, 2014
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i used a jigsaw, measuring tape, level, pencil. Good instructions in the boxed product.
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September 17, 2013
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I used a dremel with a metal cutting wheel. Then used a file to smooth rough edges. Sometimes it helps to separate the tiles like around light switches etc. I decided to install them vertically instead of horizontally. Luckily this made it easier to cut from the short edges.
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July 25, 2013
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Hello Sandys3! Thank you for your question! Depending on the type of cut you want, there are a few saw options for you to choose from. 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 at www.aspectideas.com. All cutting Read More
Hello Sandys3! Thank you for your question! Depending on the type of cut you want, there are a few saw options for you to choose from. 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 at www.aspectideas.com. 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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How does it hold up next to a stove that is located directly next to a wall? Will it melt? Will heat alter the color or finish?

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January 17, 2016
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We have put it in our barn, horse wash area, kitchens in our house and guest cabin. It has been installed for two years and had no problem with the product. The product has held up to high water heat with constant water in the barn horse wash area. We just clean it once a week with hot water and windex. The walls are 6' high and 12' long by 4 (wash stall ) We have used a pressure washer on the walls one Read More
We have put it in our barn, horse wash area, kitchens in our house and guest cabin. It has been installed for two years and had no problem with the product. The product has held up to high water heat with constant water in the barn horse wash area. We just clean it once a week with hot water and windex. The walls are 6' high and 12' long by 4 (wash stall ) We have used a pressure washer on the walls one time and I stopped that due to not sure how they would hold up to the pressure. So now we just hand wash and rinse with 140 deg. 60psi water from a hose pipe. I think the tile holds up so well due to their core and some type of coating on the front. We have not seen any buckling or melting or delaminating from the wall ( marine plywood) They look as good now as they did when we put them up.
In the house we have them behind our sink and stove as a backsplash. It looks and has worked out great. We have backlit the backsplash with LED Cree lights and the different light that is projected is spectacular
We just love the look and everyone that comes to our house always complements us on the look. We put the backsplash on a painted Sheetrock wall with no contaminants on the wall.
We have not seen any heat or color fading behind the stove or delamination of tiles. They clean well with Windex or 409 no streaking or staining we have found. We love the look and the product. Read Less
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January 12, 2016
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Unusual to have the above answers to this question about mounting these stick on tile behind a heat source like a stove. I did and the tiles buckled, sagged and failed. The enture run now needs to be removed and replaced. Not an easy task when working with gkass. Note there are no photos on Aspect's Web Site showing the tiles behind a stove. This is very discouraging since the look of the tile is good... Read More
Unusual to have the above answers to this question about mounting these stick on tile behind a heat source like a stove. I did and the tiles buckled, sagged and failed. The enture run now needs to be removed and replaced. Not an easy task when working with gkass. Note there are no photos on Aspect's Web Site showing the tiles behind a stove. This is very discouraging since the look of the tile is good... I would not use these rules near any source of heat... even a sink that frequently has hot running water since steam/hot moisture seems to be the culprit that deteriorates the glue. I cannot express how disappointed I am in thus product. My distributor has been notified and has taken steps to help inform the buying public about the product's limits. Read Less
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No, It is tile covered in stainless steel. The heat will not bother it or change the color.
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We haven't had any trouble at all with the heat. We installed an entire row behind our stove instead of cutting around the stove, and all of it still looks perfect. You'll LOVE it!!
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i would consult the manufacturer for the matter of safety. mY tiles are installed behind the stove wall.
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August 14, 2013
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Hello crn! 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 installation tips and troubleshooting Read More
Hello crn! 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 installation tips and troubleshooting (800.434.3750). Read Less
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How much extra tile should I buy for mistakes?

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I had to buy half a box for mistakes because I did the entire kitchen
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I ended up buying 5 extra packages - just in case. We used only one of the five and will be returning the other unopened ones.
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I bought 5 extras for mistakes, and ended up taking all 5 back. These are super easy to use, but the adhesive is crazy strong, so don't push them on until you're sure the angle is right! :)
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There's not much waste. But I would just buy 10% extra. Each pkg. only has 3 panels that total 4" x12" coverage for $15. Any unopened package can be returned to store (even if bought online). I just returned several packs today.
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October 2, 2014
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Hello! Thank you for your question! We recommend getting 10% over your calculations for any cutting errors or miscalculations. Please feel free to contact customer care for any additional questions at 800.434.3750. We would be happy to assist you!
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Can they be applied over existing tile (4 1/2 x 4 1/2 ceramic tile on kitchen backsplash)?

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May 11, 2016
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Hello and thank you for your interest in our product. Aspect can be installed over most structurally sound substrates if they are flat, clean, 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), concrete, smooth stucco, wood paneling, mirror, glass, metal, etc,. Any damaged, loose Read More
Hello and thank you for your interest in our product. Aspect can be installed over most structurally sound substrates if they are flat, clean, 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), concrete, smooth stucco, wood paneling, mirror, glass, metal, etc,. Any damaged, loose or uneven areas must be repaired, patched and leveled. Fill cracks and irregularities with wallboard compound or spackling, then sand smooth with fine-grade sandpaper. Please feel free to contact our customer care team at 800.434.3750 for any further questions or needed assistance. Thank you! Read Less
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These things will stick to any clean surface, but of course will look best when applied to a flat wall surface with no existing tiles.
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It could be done, but make sure the existing tile is extremely clean, no grease residue or soap film which will adversely affect adhesion.
Make sure the existing tile is firmly adhered to the wall and that there are no high spots that would affect the look of your new finished job.
Be very careful with your layout as it is not easy to mark layout lines on a smooth ceramic tile surface. Remember that
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It could be done, but make sure the existing tile is extremely clean, no grease residue or soap film which will adversely affect adhesion.
Make sure the existing tile is firmly adhered to the wall and that there are no high spots that would affect the look of your new finished job.
Be very careful with your layout as it is not easy to mark layout lines on a smooth ceramic tile surface. Remember that once applied this product is very difficult to move due to the strong adhesive.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 26 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best item ever made I love this stuff. I have been wanting to change the backsplash in my kitchen for a long time, I was dreading having to remove the old tile from the 70's. it installs very easy and I was able to put it right over the existing tile as it is not real thick. cutting was easy I used my table saw with a fine blade and the few small cuts I was able to cut easily with a good pair of kitchen shears. I am adding LED lighting under the cabinets to enhance the effect. cost wise at first I thought they were a little expensive but honestly factor in that you do not have to buy thin set or grout the price is actually not bad at all. June 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Kitchen Backsplash at Reasonable Cost All pieces were precisely cut (sheets) and of even finish from one package to the next. Very easy to cut, I used a 32 tooth hacksaw blade, utility knife, and hobby knife. CAUTION: Plan an accurate layout and mark layout lines. The adhesive is extremely strong and it is nearly impossible to remove and shift tiles. The great upside to this is a great bond to a clean and solid substrate. By careful planning I did my backsplash using 7 packages of tile with only a few individual tiles and trimmings left over. Because these are accurately made you can cut single tiles from the grid for small spaces. May 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bad experience This product should do better for price, it was easy to install but is now coming off in areas, like stickyness is bad, not holding.. .I am contacting maufacturer. July 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazing Product I've been wanting to put up some kind of decorative backsplash for a while but didn't want to mess around with tile cutting and mudding. This is a great product that gives a very classy finish to a kitchen. They were extremely easy to install. I used a Dremel tool with a diamond attachment to cut the tiles. I placed a piece of masking tape on the tiles as my guide so I was able to cut a straight line. I then lightly hand-sanded the edges to give it a smooth finish. Like others have said, the adhesive is very strong. I'm not sure how I'll ever get these off but am glad I won't have to worry about them coming loose. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Classiest backsplash EVER!!! Our kitchen was just redone and the sink, of course, was stainless steel and very pretty. When I was looking in Home Depot for a backsplash, and saw this item, I knew we had to have it. We had it put behind the sink and behind the stove. It is so beautiful. And one wonderful thing is that it is very easy to keep clean! June 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I LOVE these It was extremely difficult to cut the tiles- we ended up having to buy a wet saw but it was completely worth it. It looks great and added the special something to my kitchen. Don't use regular grout it will damage the surface. You have to by non sand grout. April 9, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I love this backsplash. See my Pictures Please see Pics. This backsplash works best with undercounter lighting. It enhances the granite counter top with the lighting reflecting off the backsplash. Plus this backsplash is not your common backsplash material. It looks expensive and could pass for designer. Hard to find this product in store and they do not have a demo. I found out about product online and was able to buy 1 pkg. (with help of HD emp.) to take home and see and feel it before buying online. Best to order on line so you can buy the trim strips too. Plus there are 2 subway patterns and 2 color choice online. November 26, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by these are worth DOUBLE their price!! We put these up across our entire wall underneath our upper kitchen cabinets. It took my husband and I 3.5 hours, and they could not look more amazing!! A Dremel tool with the cutting disc attachment is a MUST. I don't know how else you could cut these tiles for the end pieces and outlets/light switches without it. Truly, these are the best things ever! We think these look better than any tile with grout could ever look, as well as being so much easier to install than all that grout and mud mess. You HAVE to try these!! February 9, 2015
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