Published at Wednesday, May 02nd, 2018 - 03:40:46 AM. Kitchen. By Albert Martin.
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Your splashback will be custom made to fit the measurements of your splashback area. Splashbacks are made from toughened glass, which means that float glass undergoes a heating process in a furnace up to 600 degrees. After heating it is rapidly cooled. This process increases the compression forces on the surface and tension forces inside the glass, which makes it four to five times stronger than ordinary glass. The toughened glass then undergoes the painting process, where paints are mixed to an exact colour formula and then sprayed onto the glass. Heat is applied which sets the paint and after 24 hours the splashback is ready to be installed.
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.
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