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Frequently Asked Questions About Splashbacks In General

Frequently Asked Questions About Splashbacks In General | Home Improvements | Scoop.it
With glass splashbacks seemingly taking over from tiles in the market as the number one splash protecting material in the UK it is surprising that about 70% of people who are renovating their homes are blissfully unaware of their existence.
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There are near about 70% people who are not aware about glass splashbacks used in home, a number one protecting material. Know more about some general FAQ’s regarding splashbacks.

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Toughened Or Non-Toughened - What's The Difference?

Toughened Or Non-Toughened - What's The Difference? | Home Improvements | Scoop.it
Glass can be used for many different purposes in your home. Whether you are looking to replace a window, or a table top or even in this instance kitchen worktops or splashbacks. So there are ...
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The toughened glass has been treated to be up to five times stronger in comparison to non-toughened glass. Also, it is a safer product to use. Know more about the difference between these two.

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Low Iron Glass And Your Colours

Low Iron Glass And Your Colours | Home Improvements | Scoop.it
As a standard Glass Logic only sell coloured glass splashbacks and coloured glass worktops made from glass that has been toughened. There is also another standard we use in all the products we sell and that is that we only
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In the natural state of low iron glass, it has a natural green tinge that you would not actually see face on. Low iron glass goes through a process that removes all the iron content out of the glass to make it completely clear.

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Why Glass Is Better Than Perspex

Why Glass Is Better Than Perspex | Home Improvements | Scoop.it

There are many different materials you can use for your splash protection. Perspex is one such material that you can use. On the surface it appears that it is a simple alternative to glass because like glass it is clear.

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Perspex is a material you can use for splash protection, but it is not the perfect solution that you are looking for. Glass is an ideal material in terms of both style and value for money.

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