Find out more about the Glass Design Back Painting Advanced Process
Back painted glass provides a modern, bold & convenient solution for smooth walls and splash-backs in gorgeous colours.
Typically used for:
Please ensure that the substrate surface the painted glass is being fixed to is flat and level and is not of a non-porous nature (such as melamine board or similar coated materials). These will not allow the silicon to dry out, and may cause the silicon to bleed through the paint and cause it to discolour where applied.
We would recommend that the best surfaces for sticking glass painted splash backs to are plasterboard, MDF or plastered walls (although the last two should be sealed with uni-bond or similar primer)
Before attempting to fix painted glass splash backs to the surface required, take time to check the surface is free of any protruding objects or rough surfaces that might cut through and damage the painted surface of the glass once it is fixed in place.
Once that has been checked, put small strips of plastic, rubber or cardboard packers directly under where the glass is going to sit, this will stop any damage happening to the edge of the glass when putting the glass into position, and while the silicon is going off, once the glass is finally in place. Now try the glass into position without the silicon on. If this fits ok, take the glass off and now
apply the glue in the following way.
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