How To Fit A Glass Splashback

All you need is

  • Sealant gun
  • Tape measure
  • Silicone sealant – use transparent low modular neutral cure silicon
  • 2mm tile spacers

Prior to fitting

We recommend taking your measurements at least twice to be sure they are correct and possibly get someone else to check them.

Allow a 2mm expansion gap between the product and all surfaces, this will be filled with silicone. Ensure that the surface to which the splash back is to be applied is flat, clean and dry and that the paint or print on the rear of the glass has not been scratched during assembly.

Fitting the splash back

To fix the splash back to the wall, carefully line up the splash back, using the tile spacers then apply the glue in lines down the back of the panel following the instructions on the adhesive/sealant to ensure you use the correct amount of sealant per m2 of glass. Once the splash back is in position, you will be able to make minor adjustments to get it right.

When fitting adjacent glass splash backs, make sure you leave a 2mm expansion gap. You can use tile spacers if you wish.

 Once the splash back is in place, seal all edges with the sealant.

Once complete, you can clean off any stubborn marks using fine wire wool.