Has anyone any advice on buying kitchen splashback s, ie is is possible or cheaper to just order acrylic on line?

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Found 9th May
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I bought 6mm toughened glass, had it cut and drilled to shape/size with polished edges. Then painted the reverse with the Dulux Velvet Touch paint we used on the MDF end boards and island sides.

8 years on and it still looks fab.

Don't believe the 'special paint' twaddle peddled by the specialists. Their specialism is 'rip off by FUD'.
Edited by: "ccnp" 9th May
We just had kitchen done and used selkie board ( google it ) and were delighted with it ! And was cheaper than most splash backs !
I found one reduced to £2.97 in currys and decorated the kitchen to match.
I have bricks.
The whole refurb thing takes a lot of of thinking about one thing leads to another etc etc
thebiggishman4 h, 11 m ago

The whole refurb thing takes a lot of of thinking about one thing leads to …The whole refurb thing takes a lot of of thinking about one thing leads to another etc etc


I once got a long service award at work and you could choose anything from this catalogue of junk. The only thing I quite liked was a dualit kettle. Obviously I then had to go out and buy the matching toaster and then a new sink and hob and worktop and cupboard doors to live up to the dualit kettle. My free kettle ended up costing me £1500
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