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by August 4, 2017 Health & Fitness

How to Choose the Best Backsplash for Your Kitchen or Bathroom With the modern age we have today, the use of metal backsplashes is becoming increasingly popular. A metal backsplash is a very functional option, easy to clean, does not require a lot of maintenance and can be a unique focal point. You have several options when it comes to the material you want to use for your kitchen or bathroom. They would include stainless backsplash, copper backsplash and brass backsplash. A copper backsplash is easy to install due to its lightweight material, and they look best in a retro interior designed kitchen. A copper backsplash is easy to clean and it can be easily installed in a single sheet or in tiles. For many years, stainless steel is being used purely for cutlery and utensils in the kitchen. Eventually, stainless steel appliances became famous and it has extended to be used as countertops, tiles, and backsplashes. Stainless steel is one of the best materials use for making metal backsplash. It is resistant to heat, durable, easy to clean and requires low maintenance. Stainless backsplashes are versatile as they come in a variety of shades. For contemporary kitchens, stainless steel backsplashes can be installed in tiles, and for a minimalist look, stainless steel backsplashes can be installed in a modern kitchen in a single sheet. A stainless backsplash is hygienic because it is non-porous and they don’t make a cozy place for bacteria to live and reproduce. A stainless backsplash can last for years without getting damaged with proper care and handling because it is durable and they don’t get discolored in time, not requiring repolishing. Stainless steel backsplashes are also very flexible because they can be installed in different spaces, most especially to those areas posing problems. Because stainless steel reflects a particular amount of light in your kitchen, your kitchen appears larger. A quite small kitchen looks and feels more spacious with a stainless steel backsplash installed. Stainless steel backsplashes are practical, flexible and versatile with variety of finishes and patterns available. Stainless steel backsplashes are also water and heat resistant. You need to go with the grain when cleaning your stainless backsplash because if you wipe perpendicularly from grain’s direction, more cleaning grime and residue get deeper into its tiny crevices. Use mild detergent and non-abrasive cleaning rags when cleaning your stainless steel backsplash, and if the stains are hard to remove, you may use a soft washcloth and a mild abrasive cleaner without being too harsh scrubbing. You can polish your stainless steel backsplash with olive oil by drying the surface, and using a soft cloth, apply a tablespoon or two and buff for several minutes.News For This Month: Products

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