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What is a good material for a backsplash?

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March 08, 2014 12:28AM

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Formica or any material that is non absorbent

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What has worked best for me is clear Lexan or plexiglass. It

protects the wall and it needs no painting and actually protects

the painted or wallpapered surface above the sink. I use brass

screws to hold it onto the wall. It also makes a good grease splash

above the oven on the wall. It is easy to clean and if scratched or

damaged, its easy to replace. It needs to be at least 1/8 inch

thick.


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