Published at Sunday, April 29th, 2018 - 10:47:52 AM. Kitchen. By .
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Absolutely not! Another great benefit to a glass splashback is the ease with which they are maintained. Being a smooth surface, oil splashes or spills from your cooking area can be easily wiped off with a simple damp soft cloth, and a standard glass cleaner such as Windex if necessary. It’s always best to use a clean cloth, rather than your sink sponge, as your sponge may have absorbed oils that may smear across the splashback. Glass splashbacks are much more user-friendly than tiled splashbacks, as it can be difficult to remove oil and residues from the grout lines in a tiled space without damaging or discolouring the grout.
Splashbacks are an important consideration when designing and planning for your new kitchen. A glass splashback not only serves the purpose of protecting your walls from heat, moisture and oil from your cooking area, but it can also become a feature of your kitchen, adding an element of colour and style to the space.
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