Faux tin rolls are made out of 0.35 mm Vinyl (PVC).
It is durable, washable material that can withstand temperature up to 140F and can be used as backsplash covering material.
However, it is not recommended for use on surfaces exposed to direct heat and open flame (like near gas cooktop or fireplaces).
Backsplash rolls can be cleaned with regular sponge and water. Please avoid excessive rubbing and pressure.
To protect the paint surface we recommend to apply clear latex top coat over the surface after it’s installed.
Measure the total length of the piece you need to install. Cut the piece at the desired length.
Fit the piece under the cupboards (you can cut the roll with scissors).
Apply the adhesive (solvent based Contact Cement) on the back of the PVC backsplash roll and on the wall that you are installing on.
Let the glue dry (2-4 minutes) until it becomes “tacky” and attach the piece to the wall. Squeeze out all the air from behind the roll.
Check out our video tutorial on how to remove and replace backsplash panels in your kitchen in just a few simple steps: