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Mohepo Peel and Stick Backsplash Tile Talavera Mexican 12" X 12"

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Mohepo Peel and Stick Backsplash Tile Talavera Mexican 12" X 12"

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Product Description

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Mohepo Modern Talavera Mexican Style Peel and Stick Backsplash Tile for Kitchen

When You Will Need

New house: Need renovation, housewarming

  • Old house: Wants to cover a small area of cracks or various stains, like oil stains, etc
  • Other: Want to update the style of living space, but want to reduce budget and time costs

After You Get It

  • Color perception: patchwork design, brings a very high-end, luxury, modern appearance
  • Sense of space: Help improve the style of the space, form a new visual enjoyment

High flexibility

  • Excellent decoration effect, peel and stick fast installation, if you get tired of this look, you can remove them and not feel like you've wasted a ton of money and effort.

"u"Economical renovation

  • Perfect for renters or homeowner: Renew old tiles in a fraction of the cost. Smart peel and stick backsplash tile, easy to install, remove whenever you need without leaving any marks behind.
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How to Install:

"u"How to Install:

  1. Use the rag or sponge brush to clean the wall surface, let it keep in clean, dry, free of dust.
  2. Cut right-angled edges, clipping after calculation, need to use metal ruler, utility cutter or electric saw and mat, or you can wear glove avoid accidental finger cut. (tip: fine polish the edge with sandpaper will be better.
  3. Measure the wall, use level tool and chalk to measure and draw a guidelines on the wall, vertical and horizontal line for each tile size
  4. Align each guidelines, interlock with each tile sticker, the cut small piece can be arbitrarily splice, for fill corners
  5. Peel of the about 2 inch area of back film firstly, then align the tile guidelines properly. press after confirming that it is completely aligned, otherwise the stickiness will be easily destroyed.

Mohepo Peel and Stick Backsplash Tile Talavera Mexican 12" X 12"

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