How To Install Stainless Steel Backsplash
Start by turning off the electricity to any outlets in the room you will work, then uninstall all the switch and receptacle covers.
Beginning toward one side of the wall, tape the Kraft paper to the end. Next, unroll the paper along the divider, taping it securely as you move along.
When the whole backsplash region is secured, utilize your utility knife and cut the top and base of the paper to fit firmly into the backsplash zone. Then, cut out the openings for every one of the switches and receptacles.
Now cautiously get rid of the Kraft paper template. You would now be able to utilize this template to arrange your new backsplash.
While you are waiting for your new backsplash, take the opportunity to clean the wall to get rid of any remaining dirt or grease and afterward sand it to offer a decent gripping surface for the construction adhesive.
Now we move to how to install stainless steel backsplash. Installation starts by covering the counter with newspaper to avoid the sharp edges of the backsplash from cutting or scratching the counter surface.
Next, put the construction adhesive to the back of the backsplash. With the caulking gun, run a bead then spread it out equally with the putty blade.
Position the new backsplash near the divider beginning toward one side, press it firmly against the divider. You can utilize a rolling pin to smooth the backsplash set up and expel any air bubbles.
Secure the backsplash by taping it until the glue has the opportunity to set up.
After the adhesive has dried, get rid of the tape and remove any adhesive marks utilizing alcohol.
Finally, caulk along the top and base edges of the backsplash, then sit back and enjoy your new backsplash.