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Glass splashbacks are becoming increasingly popular for people to have installed in their kitchens and bathrooms, a modern and hygienic alternative to tiling, seamless and grout free a glass splashback can transform your home.
With over 5000 colour options, glitter, quartz, flash and fleck effects and a colour match service, the only limitation is your imagination.
For a free no obligation quote please supply us with length and height dimensions, along with the number of sockets required on each splashback and your preferred colour(s).
So don’t delay contact us today or why not follow the link to see what your dream kitchen will look like. http://www.spectraglass.com/ralselector.html
Colorspray is a technically advanced 2-part epoxy resin based paint designed specifically for the glass industry, with focus on excellent adhesion and UV stability, the system is ideally suitable for all applications where backpainting of glass is required such as Kitchens, Bathrooms, Spandrel and cladding.
We recommend that 6mm glass be used in splashback applications and this should be toughened when being placed behind cookers or in close proximity to high heat. It is also recommended that all applications below a 1200mm threshold should be toughened.
Although Colorspray provides a very close commercial match to almost any paint colour this can vary when being viewed through the glass with varying shades of green hue due to high iron content in standard glass, this can be alleviated with the use of Low Iron alternatives such as Pilkington Opti White, Guardian UltraWhite, Saint Gobain Diamant, PPG Starfire or Glaverbel/AGC Clearvision. Other low iron content glass may also be available.
When fixing, we recommend the use of our Colorspray LMF Application Adhesive. Colorspray LMF has been specifically formulated for use with the Colorspray system to avoid colour fading and other problems that occur when using incorrect materials for the bonding of glass to substrates.