In House SMOKED GLASS 3D Epoxy Splashback Tile Stickers 25.4cm x 25.4cm


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In Home SMOKED GLASS 3D epoxy splash-back tile stickers 25.4cm x 25.4cm

This is an easy solution for updating a splash-back in your kitchen or bathroom.  The  3D tile stickers are practical, resistant to humidity and made of eco friendly materials, anti-fungal, anti-mould, antibacterial and formaldehyde free.  Simple application, each sticker overlaps the next one, the 3D effect gives the illusion of real tiles!


  • Use on painted walls or any flat surface, ensure surface is thoroughly clean. Can be applied over flat ceramic tiles (fill in any gaps) and on shower walls if edges are sealed using silicone sealant
  • Let the product acclimatize in the room for 48 hours prior to application
  • Allow 4 weeks for newly painted surfaces to fully cure
  • Measure the area to be covered before ordering to ensure you order the right number of tiles
  • Remove the backing paper prior to application, the tiles overlap each other to avoid water or dirt from entering any gaps
  • Cut using scissors for going around sockets or edges
  • Visit our HELP section for frequently asked questions and how to videos


  • Avoid scrubbing and using harsh abrasive chemicals
  • Splashes wipe off effortlessly, but remove spillages that may stain e.g. curry
  • Remove stickers using a hairdryer to soften the adhesive, pull back a corner and peel back. Clean away any remaining adhesive residue with warm soapy water
  • Keep away from direct heat like a gas hob

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