Bathroom Splashbacks

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Bathroom Splashbacks                      

Acrylic splashbacks are a great choice for bathrooms – they’re versatile and lightweight while still being hardwearing. This product is safer and cheaper than glass and more practical and easier to install. Our acrylic bathroom splashbacks are available in a wide range of colours, and mirrored options, to suit your home.


Why acrylic?

Acrylic bathroom splashbacks are easy to fit and are incredibly lightweight. This hardwearing, shatterproof material is safer to handle than glass and is impact-resistant while still giving a great finish. It’s easy to wash this mould-free surface with warm soapy water to keep your bathroom hygienic, so there’s no need to worry about keeping grout or tile surfaces clean.


How to use acrylic in the bathroom

It’s important to measure your bathroom wall accurately for a professional fit. Acrylic sheets can be cut to any size or shape to suit your needs, making them a practical option. Once you have the correct size, your splashback can be fitted in a matter of minutes.

When measuring for your splashback, measure the largest area first and leave a 2-3mm gap on each side to ensure a snug fit for any joins. Likewise, if you’re measuring sheets to join in a corner, allow a gap of 6-7mm (or the exact thickness of the adjoining sheet) for a seamless join. Be sure to measure for tap holes or sockets as well – this can be done by measuring outwards from the centre of the hole for a precise location.

Acrylic can be fitted directly to the wall and can even be used over existing tiles, but be sure that the surface is dry and smooth before attempting to fit it for the best possible results.

One of the main advantages of using acrylic over other materials is that it’s easier to install large plastic sheets in one go or adjust for trickier areas, so they’re ideal even for DIY novices. Acrylic splashbacks are lighter than glass or tiles, and can be drilled or glued to the wall with ease. The most common way of fitting acrylic is with a solvent-based adhesive, which will provide a secure and clean finish.