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did you silicone it in between the two and around preventing water to get behind
no - no silicone was used. they fit quite well on the edge of the sinkboard (don't know the english word for it) and so no silicone is needed.
Very cool, looks easy to clean!
Do you need to attach the Kludds to the wall? If so, what would you use?
i just neede the usual screws and anchors (6mm). they don't come with KLUDD because it depends on the wall you want to mount them on.
Seems like water and grime could build up behind the glass panels
grime yes - water no. because there is almost no space between the glass and the edge of the sink board. but because no silicone was used i can remove them from time to time and clean them easily.
It looks nice but a glass backsplash like this is a bitch to keep clean. You would have to wipe every time water gets on it or you'd get water stain constantly.
it's not that bad. because of the colour of the glass you can't almost see the water on it. and because it's glass it's wiped easily.
Sorry, but how is this a hack?
because usually KLUDD is a memoboard and not a backspash. it's a mini-hack. :)
looks nice, certainly a cost concious solution. well done
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