Re: glass splashbacks2
Jul 07, 2005 12:10 pm
I’m not sure how to prep the surface but I would recommend you use opti-white low ionised glass. Because normal toughened glass has a green tinge which can ruin the colour applied on the back.
Re: glass splashbacks4
Jun 22, 2006 5:23 pm
3mm is way too thin. 6 - 10mm toughened is best. Normal glass has a high iron content and will give a green tinge to whatever is applied to the back of it (white especially).
Starfire glass has less iron content and will not affect your chosen splashback colour.
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