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Old 06-03-2014, 02:41 PM   #11
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Excellent work. Looks great. I did the same using the same tiles and my DW and I are very happy with the results!
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Old 04-27-2015, 07:27 AM   #12
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I was wondering how these peel and stick tiles survive over cold winter storage, any loosening, cracking, coming unstuck or other problems? I live in central Alberta, -30 temperatures aren't uncommon during winter.
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Old 04-27-2015, 08:47 AM   #13
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When our son was about 4 years old, I took him out after dark to see the Christmas lights I had installed that day. He took one look at them and said, "Nice job, Daddy, lights". He's 26 now and to this day that's our way of complimenting each other. So I will just say, "Nice job, bed685, back splash".

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Awesome! Looks great! I hope they hold up through the seasons. Hate the paper back splash. I will be following this thread. Keep us updated.
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One small addendum to my story. He now calls me Dad. I'd be a little worried about him if he still called me "Daddy" at 26 years old.
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I was wondering how these peel and stick tiles survive over cold winter storage, any loosening, cracking, coming unstuck or other problems? I live in central Alberta, -30 temperatures aren't uncommon during winter.
Added tiles three years ago and they are holding tight today after 3 Wisconsin winters.
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Added tiles three years ago and they are holding tight today after 3 Wisconsin winters.

Same brand tiles as these?
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Mine were stainless steel tiles from another big box home improvement store. While I can't know for certain, the sticky back stuff is likely the same if not very similar. We applied onto the existing paper after cleaning with alcohol. Once the sticky stuff touched the wall, it was there to stay.
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Old 04-28-2015, 12:56 PM   #19
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bed365 Has it pulled the wallpaper off the board yet? I did not do what you did but I attached a power strip to the wall with quake putty and the thing pulled the paper off the wall..
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Old 04-28-2015, 07:58 PM   #20
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That is exactly what we are going to do with out TT in a few weeks

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I just installed a vinyl peel and stick back splash on the wall behind the sink and stove. I bought the kit from Home Depot and it was very easy to install. Attachment 13318
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