Splashback Alu-Dibond Impressions of London
An impressive splashback for your kitchen
Impressions of London. The splashback of alu-dibond with silver effect is stunning in your kitchen behind your stove or behind the sink. The brushed surface provides a robust look. How to fix the splashback can be read in the material description. The size is 100x40 cm.
Our kitchen wall panels from Dibond Butlerfinish have the following features:
- high-quality print on 3 mm thick aluminium
- Dibond Butlerfinish
- UV and weather resistant, therefore suitable for indoor and outdoor use
- resistant to bending, scratching and breaking
Please note it is not possible to influence the direction of the brushed surface
The kitchen wall panel can easily be cleaned with a soft cloth and a cleaning solution. Chemicals, hard sponges and scrubbing are not allowed is this may scratch the material.
Good to know: You can tailor the kitchen wall panel easily to a size you wish. Use a steel ruler and a sharp knife. Cut the wall panel from behind to prevent any scratches on the frontside. Please do note: cutting the kitchen wall panel is at your own risk. We can not accept liability for cutting errors.
There are three different options for you to install the kitchen wall panel. You can order the required accessories as a complementary product. It is important to prepare the installation on a clean, dry and non-greasy base. The two methods below are intented for permanent bonding, which means the surface on which the kitchen wall panel is attached to may damage when removing the wall panel. We accept no liability for assembly errors.
Attaching the kitchen wall panel with wall clamps:
The delivery includes 4 universal dowels, 4 screws, 1 hex key and 4 round clamps made of high-quality stainless steel. The wall spacing is 16 mm, the diameter of the clamp holders is 15 mm. Do not over-tighten the clamps as this could damage the print itself.
Attaching the kitchen wall panel with silicone
Apply the silicone to the back of the kitchen wall panel in a wavy manner. Position the wall panel where you want it, press it gently, and, if necessary, align it gently. To prevent moisture and dirt getting behind the wall panel, you can seal the gaps with silicone as well.
Attaching the kitchen wall panel with foam tape
Apply the foam tape to the back of the wall panel. Divide the area into several sections so there are enough fixation points. Please note it is difficult to remove the wall panel again once it has been attached to your wall.
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