Printed or plain, glass, always creates a fascinating and elegant effect. Apart from its visual finesse, however, this material has a practical benefit that should not be underestimated: glass kitchen splashbacks are easy to clean and therefore leave classic tiled splashbacks “for dust”.
To ensure that on your design is remains clearly recognisable, the motifs are sealed with a protective barrier layer. Unlike a tiled splashback, a back wall has no joints in which dirt and mould can accumulate. The surface is also non-porous, which is why splashes or other stains leave no unsightly traces. A maintenance joint between the back wall and the worktop ensures protection and cleanliness.
Cleaning glossy glass
If you have opted for a glossy type glass, you can clean it easily with sponges, soft cloths or standard dishcloths. Ordinary glass cleaner is suitable as a cleaning agent.
Important! Do not use highly corrosive agents or substances on the glass, as they could attack the surface. These substances should always be removed quickly and with plenty of water.
Cleaning frosted glass
If your glass panels have a matt or satin finish, we recommend using an eraser sponge for regular cleaning. Thanks to its special mode of operation, you can remove even fine splashes of sauce and drops of fat without leaving a trace. A household glass cleaner or mild degreaser can be used to remove grease marks or residues.
Important! We strongly advise against treating frosted glass with cleaners containing silicone or acid. This could detract from the appearance of your splashback.
The right position
Whether you have a custom glass splashback, frosted with a pattern, or plain and glossy is entirely down to your personal taste. You are also free to decide on the installation location. So you can either cover the entire back wall of your kitchen or, alternatively, accentuate specific areas with an eye-catching highlight.
Want to install a niche back wall as a splash guard behind the cooker? No problem! Even behind a gas hob, our temperature-resistant toughened safety glass (ESG) remains intact. A minimum distance of five centimetres is sufficient.
If you have an old tile splashback or wallpaper, there is no need to remove it first. Our glass is equipped with a special barrier layer and are opaque. Thanks to this layer, colours and motifs shine a little brighter.