If you are looking to revamp your kitchen to give it a modern and appealing appearance, you should consider glass splashbacks. These splashbacks are not only functional, but also they add value to your kitchen. Since the kitchen is one of the rooms that potential buyers would pay significant attention to, it would be an investment to revamp your kitchen using these timeless splashbacks. So what are some of the reasons why you should use glass splashbacks to enhance your kitchen's aesthetics?
Do you need to remodel your kitchen any time soon? There are a lot of remodelling ideas you can try, but why not give glass a chance this time? Fused glass is a perfect choice for kitchens because it provides waterproof surfaces that are easy to clean. That is why this type of glass is commonly used to make glass splashbacks.
Here are some popular types of glass splashbacks you can integrate into your kitchen during your upcoming makeover.
Are you wondering about how you will avoid damaging your newly repaired shower door after it has gone through emergency glass repairs? Read on and discover some of the cleaning techniques and products that will keep that glass spotlessly clean without putting it in danger of cracking during the cleaning process.
Two things usually cause glass in a bathroom to become foggy or cloudy. The first is soap scum because soap usually contains some amounts of talc.
When you are ready to take a shower, you deserve an easy process, not a shower door that gets stuck in the tracks and is hard to open. Tired of wrestling with your shower screen? Work through these steps:
1. Make sure the track is clean.
If the track of your sliding shower screen is dirty, the debris can prevent the door from moving smoothly. Open the door, and use a thin cloth with a bit of shower cleaner to clean the exposed part of the track.
If you really enjoy making your own stained glass, you might be interested in learning how to enhance your creations with gold leaf. The addition of some beautiful gold leaf can give items such as Christmas baubles and table centre vases a real touch of seasonal luxury.
Here's how to do it.
What you'll need
a piece of stained glass (vases or baubles both work well) a pack of gold leaf (ready to use and supplied on paper backing sheets) a bottle of spray adhesive a pair of scissors a pot of gold leaf sealer a small artist's paintbrush a bottle of white spirits some cotton wool buds You can find everything that you need for this project in good craft stores or from your usual art glass supplier.