Wolverhampton, UK September 4th2012 – Kitchen splashbacks are a very functional item. They protect the kitchen wall from damage and dirt that is caused when cooking and they can help to prolong the life of the interior décor within your home so that you don’t have to pay to have the room redecorated every few months. As such, they should be created from materials that naturally offer this level of protection.
Vitreous enamel is a combination of both steel and glass, combining the benefits of both. The steel is used for its strength and resilience to numerous forces while glass can be created in a gamut of colours but is also easy to clean and hygienic because of it. The one potential drawback of vitreous enamel as a material is that once it has been formed it cannot be altered. The steel is too strong and so splashbacks made from this material need to be made to measure according to accurate and precise measurements.
Vitreous enamel is better than the sum of its constituent parts which is the ultimate goal when combining two materials. The benefits from one also negate the pitfalls from the other. While glass can be damaged or smashed, the steel prevents this from happening. Steel is not a particularly attractive material but because it is covered in glass the splashback can be created in almost any colour and design imaginable.
Kitchen splashbacks should be considered functional first because they will help protect the walls in the kitchen from damage and abuse. No matter how careful the kitchen owner is, this damage is inevitable simply because of the nature of the work that is done. SplashbackDirect.co.uk offers a wide range of colours and designs and can make kitchen splashbacks to order ensuring that every buyer gets the splashback they desire.
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