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Fasade

Model B65-29

Internet #202823734

Store SKU #571855

24 in. x 18 in. Waves PVC Decorative Tile Backsplash in Brushed Nickel

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A great embellishment for kitchens and bathrooms alike, the Fasade 18 in. x 24 in. vinyl (PVC) Backsplash is durably constructed and designed for easy installation. This beautiful vintage-style backsplash cuts to your desired size with a snip, scissors or utility knife, and it mounts quickly with a recommended adhesive or high-bond, double-sided tape. Great for both remodeling and new construction. These backsplash panels come in multiple styles and finishes from traditional to modern, so there is style and color for your all your design needs.

  • Made from vinyl (PVC) material, these panels will not rust, corrode or stain and are hypoallergenic, resist mold, mildew and bacteria
  • Panels are light, flexible and easy to cut; eliminating the need for a contractor, only requiring a tape measure, scissors and PL tube adhesive or double-sided decorative wall tile adhesive tape for a for a quick installation
  • 18.25 in. x 24.25 in. x 0.028 in. panels cover 3 sq. ft. and overlap for easy application
  • Panels are Class A rated and are heat resistant up to 140°
  • Simple to clean with non-harsh cleaning products
  • A variety of trim pieces are available to complete your look
  • Use these vinyl panels with laminated finishes to create the look of classic tin panels without paying the price of real metal and, matte white, paintable panels are also available
  • ACP has been an industry leader for 20 years and prides itself on its products

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Are they good for rentals?

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Can they be easily removed and will they damage the walls?
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June 10, 2016
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Thank you for your interest in our product. The Fasade Decorative Backsplash panels are considered a permanent application and possible damage to the substrate is possible when removing the panels due to the aggressive adhesive we recommend. You can install the panels with small nails to decrease the amount of damage being done to the substrate. Please feel free to contact our customer care team at Read More
Thank you for your interest in our product. The Fasade Decorative Backsplash panels are considered a permanent application and possible damage to the substrate is possible when removing the panels due to the aggressive adhesive we recommend. You can install the panels with small nails to decrease the amount of damage being done to the substrate. 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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Is this available in copper?

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January 4, 2016
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Hello and thank you for your interest in our product. Our panels are available in a variety of colors, we do have numerous options for a copper color. Please feel free to contact our customer care team at 800.434.3750 for further information or additional assistance. Thank you!
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How many in a case, and how much is it ?

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How many in a case, and how much is it ?
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December 17, 2015
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Hello and thank you for your interest in our product. The 18x24 Fasade Backsplash panels are not sold in a case quantity, they are sold as individual panels. The cost of the product can vary depending upon where you choose to purchase them from. Please feel free to contact our customer care team at 800.434.3750 for further information or questions. Thank you.
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Can it be glued on wood?

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I have a wood bar outdoor, cal I glue this tile? And would it hold? Thanks
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Yes! Just make sure to use the correct adhesive. Ask your Home Depot Associate for help finding the correct adhesive.
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Hello and thank you for your interest in our product. Yes, you can use the 18x24 panel on wood surface, we do recommend you to prime the surface first so the adhesive doesn't just soak into the surface. None of our products are recommended for outdoor use, due to lack of UV protection in our product. We recommend using PL Premium by Loctite for the adhesive on this type of panel. If you have further Read More
Hello and thank you for your interest in our product. Yes, you can use the 18x24 panel on wood surface, we do recommend you to prime the surface first so the adhesive doesn't just soak into the surface. None of our products are recommended for outdoor use, due to lack of UV protection in our product. We recommend using PL Premium by Loctite for the adhesive on this type of panel. If you have further questions or need further assistance please contact us at 800.434.3750. Thank you Read Less
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 20 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Looks Great Once it is all up! Where do I begin? Let me start by saying that the product is great, the quality seems very good and the transformation it gave our kitchen is amazing. The panels look beautiful. They gave our kitchen a more modern look. It helped to that we changed our sink, faucet, and counter tops as well. What I did not enjoy so much was the installation. This is to no fault of the panels themselves, it is just that I had my work cut out for me with trying to cut around the panels to fit as precisely as I could around my kitchens window sill trim. At $20 each panel, I did not want to make any mistakes. I totally just winged it cutting the panel little by little until it fit as good as it could around the window sill trim. It was a painstaking process as the panels are not all that easy to cut. There were some small quarter inch to half inch gaps between the panel and the trim but it is not all that noticeable due to the fact that I bought a paint sample that closely matched the color of my panels to paint around the window trim, power outlets, wall corners, and base of the cabinets so try to hide any possibly gaps. And believe me, there will be some gaps once you are done cutting. I highly recommend you use sheers instead of regular scissors to cut the panels. When using your utility knife to cut the power outlet openings, pull the panel up and towards to a bit when cutting as it seems to help cut through the panel a little easier. I got better at cutting the panels as I went along. Also recommend using the corner trims for the corners of your kitchen walls and make sure to use plenty of adhesive. February 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easiest backsplash ever The material was easy to cut for a close fit in the corners. The overlap area created an almost invisible seam. The border pieces that covered the edges were also very easy to cut and arrange to created perfect corners. I would definitely use this product in future finishing work that I may have an opportunity to do in the future. June 10, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Looks great! Plan your installation thoroughly I used multiple pieces of this to face my home bar. Product looks great when properly installed. Planning your seam locations and orientation are key. I found that the only way I could cut this due to the "wavy" shape was with a saw & finished the exges with a piece of sandpaper and a block to produce a quality edge finish. Tried to use the specified tape for installation and it all fell off a couple days later despite proper surface preparation. Reapplied with the adhesive caulking and it works perfect. Happy with the finished results. A bit costly but I factored that into the build up front so I was aware what I was going to spend ... less the tape failure. The tape DID stick VERY WELL to the plastic but not to other surfaces other than plastic. Would have preferred H.D. stock larger pieces to avoid seams. October 5, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Simple fast and Easy. Despite the cost of this product, it equals the looks and elegance of glass tile when creating backsplashes. Because of the wavy feature, cutting with a sharp utility knife was not an option. I chose a large pair of snips used in installing vinyl siding to simply cut to size. When it came to making the holes for outlets, I used a Multi Tool reciprocating saw with a fine-tooth blade. I also chose to use clear silicone to affix the panels because I have used the adhesive suggested and found silicone allows more forgiveness when moving the panels in position with a cleaner clean-up residue within the seams. Starting in larger, common spaces over stoves and sinks are a plus, but can pose a challenge because these panels need to overlap. By using silicone, this too allows more freedom and slower drying time. January 22, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by WAVY FASADE BACKSPLASH Thought these would be an easy backsplash project over existing stainless steel self adhesive tiles I did on 1/2 the wall and was too hard to finish. Kinda hard to cut because of the 3d waves themselves. Seams didn't line up perfectly behind stove since no walls are perfect, so it is slightly off and not matching. Totally messed up the right panel, and once you cut it, and it doesn't go well, now you have to throw that out and buy another panel for 20 bucks. Looks cute, but not the same qualilty as the real stainless steel subway pre-adhesive packets, they look much more expensive and beautiful. I will keep the waves for awhile, but they are so shiny, and modern, but a little cheap looking. The girl on the utube video for this company makes it look so simple, but she must have done it so many times to make it perfect. July 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by very easy to install Beautiful and so easy to work with. No problems cutting and love that we could cover the outlet covers to match. July 21, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Somewhat flimsy for the price but applied easily and looks great Installed easily and looks great up but overall the price vs the quality is mismatched. It's a plastic flimsy material that as long as put of properly looks great but in comparison with real vs. faux the price just doesn't match. March 25, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Look great These look great after installation. I used adhesive spray instead of the tape. Cutting to fit around outlets is a bit of a challenge, but if you are careful it is not bad. February 10, 2016
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