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Tips for installing after the break!
1. We wallpapered first leaving a little extra overhang so the Smart Tile could overlap, and there would be no gaps.
2. Remove the switch plates.
3. Wipe down your walls with a wet washcloth.
4. Use a blade, cutting board and straight edge to cut the tile sheets, or a scissors, and trim each one to fit the space. We held the sheet in place and traced around the curved edge of the sink before cutting with a scissors.
5. Peel off the backing and stick into place. Make sure all the touching edges uniformly overlap. Work from one side, and keep the sheets level so all the edges line up.
6. Once stuck on the wall, rub your hand over the sheet to remove any air bubbles or gaps.
7. Cover space, then finish by sticking
What do you all think? Pretty slick right!? I have some leftover that I am going to use as a backsplash at a rental unit I am helping renovate. I got a couple questions on my Instagram about durability, and it’s holding up great. It’s designed for kitchen and bathroomd, so it’s resistant to heat of stovetops and humidity from the shower. You can follow along on Instagram Stories and I’ll keep you updated on how it looks in a few months!
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