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Square Metal Tiles - Set of 48 4.3 5 39 39
Quality vs Ease of Installation Purchased these tiles looking for an easy install backsplash. Unfortunately, the brushed aluminum finish was full of "bubbles" or dust like particles in the finish when viewed up close. We decided to try them anyway. Yes, they DO cut easily with kitchen shears, but the corners and edges curl and dent when you make that cut because the tile is far too thin to maintain its shape. Those small dent/curls are VERY visible on a metal tile. After attempting one cut (since we were doing a diamond pattern that would require at least 50 cuts) we packed them back up and have returned them. The value was not great enough to offset poor quality and an installation that would have looked "cheap" April 15, 2014
Looks just like picture Tiles are very thin. They are easy to cut with scissors. Finished look is similar to some much more expensive (though much thicker) tiles I looked at at Lowes. I installed these with the 2 sided tape provided. Only time will tell if they hold up or if I should have used mastic but so far so good. January 26, 2014
Beautiful Prodcut, we put this in our Motorhome! We were looking for this product and it fit our desire perfectly. My husband sur[rised me with this as he knew this was exact;y what I wanted and it added the shinging touch- Thank you! December 31, 2013
Take a pass on this product Tabs were very difficult to put on the back of tile. Tile was very thin and bends easily. I bought more double face tape to try to secure them better, but they pop up in the corners or fall of the painted wall. Very poor quality and definitely not worth the price. December 9, 2013
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I'm looking for like a brushed nickel. So Aluminum or Chrome? Want soft shine, not glaring shine.
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I'm looking for whichever ones will "match" stainless steel appliances. So that would be the brushed? Or the chrome?
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Not sure what the aluminum looks like, but the chrome ones are ultra shiny(see image i posted) so if thats not the look you want, you're better off trying the aluminum ones i guess?
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Get the Aluminum, they have a stainless steel finish where as the Chrome are reflective like a mirror.
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Go with the aluminum. The chrome is very shiny while the aluminum has a more "brushed" appearance.
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Thank you for your question. For a soft shine, you should go with the aluminum.
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What thickness are the tiles and do they give/flex when wiping to clean them?
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They are very thin about the thickness of the cardboard on a cereal box) and they do give and flex when you clean them.
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The tiles are about 2mm in thickness, but they're pretty sturdy. They don't flex or give when wiping down. I thought they might when i was cutting them for the end pieces, but it didn't happen then either!
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Thank you for your question. The Metal Wall Tiles are 1/16"thick. They do not flex when cleaning.
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whats the difference chrome verse alumin
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Specifications indicate that one pack covers 6 sq. ft. SO, divide 4050 sq. ft. by 6 and you get 675 packs.
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Thank you for your question. Measurements and other helpful information can be found by clicking the 'Specifications' tab on the page above. One box of 48 tiles covers 6 square feet.
Chrome is shiny; aluminum has a matte finish.
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Quite a lot. That's about half a city block long. I think you've made a mistake in your calculations.
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You would have to modify it and attach it with screws.
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Thank you for your question. As long as the wood is free of any oils, it should be okay. For a more secure hold, we recommend a Liquid Nail product (not included) along with the stik tabs (included).
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Do the tiles patina/rust?

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I've had a set of the stainless steel in my kitchen for over a year and they show no signs of rust even with constant cleaning to remove grease and fingerprints. I can't speak to the other color options.
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Thank you for your question. All styles except chrome are made of aluminum and will not rust. If you have the chrome tiles and they incur a touch of rust, simply rub with a little car polish to remove it.
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