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Square Metal Tiles - Set of 48 is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 41.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from pros and cons The tiles look really nice and it was easy to stick them up. I don't recommend them because the tiles keep falling off the wall.
Date published: 2014-10-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good price for the product Tiles are very thin and dent easily. A stronger tape is definately needed in order for them to stay on the wall. Good look overall though.
Date published: 2014-05-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from 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"
Date published: 2014-04-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2014-01-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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!
Date published: 2013-12-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2013-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great backsplash Lightweight, easy to use, love the way it looks, cuts easily with scissors. Very happy with the look and ease of use.
Date published: 2013-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 4X4 metal tiles These tiles were the solution to our kitchen wall. We needed a firewall next to the stove.They went up easily and look so modern. I can't say enough how pleased we were when the job was completed. Thank you so much!
Date published: 2013-10-30
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I'm covering a small area of tiles that are 4 3/8. Will these work if I'm crossing existing grout lines with them?

Asked by: Guido516
Thank you for your question. Since the Metal Wall Tiles butt up against each other and are applied with stick tabs, they will work with your existing grout lines.
Answered by: BuyingStaff
Date published: 2014-06-28

Do you sell j-channel trim and corner trim to use with the Square Metal Tile?

Asked by: spfldadm
Thank you for your question. We apologize, but we do not sell trim, we only the Metal Kitchen Wall Tiles.
Answered by: BuyingStaff
Date published: 2014-04-12

Can these go behind a slide in stove? and do these look better than the metal quilted options out there?

Can i put these behind a slight in electric ge stove with glass cooktop? There is probably about 4" of space between the nack of the stove and the wall. I don't use the back burners on the stove often, and hope this won't be an issue. I've also been looking at quilted metal backsplshes. They come in "sheets". How does this compare? I haven't seen these in person and would like to know the communities thoughts.
Asked by: Jackie1
Yes. My stove is an electric counter cook top and I have no problems. I like the separate pieces that I ordered so I can place them and cut them as needed. I cut smaller pieces to fit up to the cabinet and metal exhaust fan.
Answered by: Luvthissite
Date published: 2014-02-08

Does the aluminum finish have a grain finish and are there triangular pieces like the main picture shows??

I see some pics on the net where people change the direction of the "grain" on metal tiles and it makes a checkerboard look. I do not want this. I want to be sure I can install the aluminum and all of the tiles will look consistent and match.
Asked by: Jackie1
The picture shows it over previous laid tile. So they look triangular. You could hang them that way only if your pre-existing tile is hung that way. Unfortunately most are just normal and hung squarely. And I think they are all smooth unless you get the stainless, which I did. It has a brushed appearance like a brushed nickel. Quite nice for a modern look.
Answered by: Luvthissite
Date published: 2014-02-08


How easy are these to remove? I'm in a rental apartment and want to make sure I can remove in a year or two without damaging the walls. Thanks!
Asked by: elleDb
Just peel off. The sticky tabs will let it peel when ready.
Answered by: Luvthissite
Date published: 2014-02-08

Can these go over Formica?

I have a hideous, old speckled Formica kitchen back splash from the 60s/70s and was wondering if I used stronger adhesive if these would adhere and cover up the monstrosity. Thanks!
Asked by: MurphyHc
They are shaped and rounded like normal tiles. So I'd use a thick sticky adhesive to fill in the spacing of the back of the tile. Its really a thin shell cover to go over top of the old tile. Its a transformation look. But if you do that, I don't know why it wouldn't work. Then you have the tiled look. Give it a shot.
Answered by: Luvthissite
Date published: 2014-02-08

Apply Over Old Tiles?

I was wondering if I can apply these metal tiles directly on top of old 4x4 ceramic tiles? Also, do these metal tiles have the appearance of having been grouted when applied?
Asked by: CBChicago
The grout doesn't show up but the tiles have a rounded edge so that they all connect and butt up against each other. They look nice without the spacing. Yes, apply them directly over the ceramic tile. I did and everyone compliments on them. They look very nice and no one knows how thin and easy they are and were to apply. ;-)
Answered by: Luvthissite
Date published: 2014-02-08

Can you stick these over existing tiles?

Asked by: michellev
yes, I did. They will stick with sticky tabs.
Answered by: Luvthissite
Date published: 2014-02-08
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