Easy to clean glass splashbacks, Easy Clean coating is available also which helps repel grease
Available in 6 different glass thicknesses (6 for gloss, only 2 for Brushed glass- 6mm and 10mm)
Gloss or Brushed glass finishes
Our gloss printed glass splashbacks are manufactured from low iron glass
Heat resistant to over 400C (degrees celsuis)
All edges are polished with a 1.5mm bevel
If drill holes are ordered they are the same thickness of the glass due to the toughening process and requirements
(with the exception of 4mm thickness which has 6mm holes)
How to measure
How to fit
Brushed Glass Splashbacks
Brushed Glass Splashbacks have a more scratch resistant, non reflective, matt glass finish but are not available in low iron so lighter prints may be affected by the natural green tinge of glass.
Order times and delivery
The below sizes are in stock ready to be digitally printed- these sizes are generally delivered in around 1 week. Any shaped splashbacks, splashbacks with holes, thicknesses other than 6mm and made to order/bespoke sizes typically take 2-4 weeks as long as they pass quality control. Shaped panels take the longest duration as the manufacturing process is more complex and made using a CNC. In stock sizes (without holes, rectangular or square shaped).
600mm x 600mm without holes
600mm x 700mm without holes
600mm x 750mm without holes
700mm x 700mm without holes
700mm x 750mm without holes
900mm x 700mm without holes
900mm x 750mm without holes
Please note that the above stock sizes do not come with drill holes, if required we would need to make to order
A number of glass thicknesses are available, they are all perfectly suitable for use as a kitchen splashback. Thicker sizes can be useful to match existing worktop upstands or to cover any gaps between the worktop and the wall.
Glass and image colours
All of our coloured and printed glass splashbacks are manufactured using low iron glass, also known as optically clear glass. Low iron glass has, as the name suggests, a low iron content (not completely iron free)- so generally speaking colours viewed from the front of the glass are more or less the same as colours on the back. However, as the colours and designs are on the rear of the glass there can be differences in colour due to light refraction and reflection i.e. the colour can be affected by the colour of the light in the room. Thicker glass will affect the colours more as there is more glass to refract an reflect the light.
If you would like to be 100% sure of the colour you receive, or how the image will look on glass please order a sample.