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HomeDepot.com has Smart Tile Peel & Stick Backsplash Tiles on sale when you apply promo code PSBACKSPLASH15. Select Free Store Pickup, otherwise shipping is free on orders $45+. Thanks rsvpd

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has select Smart Tiles peel & stick backsplash tiles on sale; use PSBACKSPLASH15 for additional 15% OFF. Select Free In-Store pickup; otherwise Free Shipping on orders of $45+

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In case anyone is one the fence about these versus real tile/grout, the peel/stick version looks ok but the real tile looks so much better - even with all of the extra work involved. I might use these for a rental property, but if I had to look at them every day and realize I could have made a better choice in the beginning - I'd use real tile/grout for my own home. Saying this with experience from trying both, and regretting the peel/stick version as soon as I put it on.

Nothing wrong with these by any means, but choose for the appropriate situation.
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not in the kitchen....
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I have these. 1 year and still sticking. Disclaimer: I live in Phoenix so humidity isn't much of a factor.
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I wonder if there is any 'glue' or spray adhesive you can put down to add a little extra insurance it will stick for years to come. North Carolina can get humid...plan to use in kitchenette.
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I wonder if there is any 'glue' or spray adhesive you can put down to add a little extra insurance it will stick for years to come. North Carolina can get humid...plan to use in kitchenette.
Hi there, that's an interesting thought. The info guides advise prepping the surface to make sure it's clean and flat, e.g. cleaning it w/ TSP or degreaser (if used in kitchen), or priming (but make sure it's fully cured). You can always post a question on one of the product pages on Home Depot's website, or contact the manufacturer directly.
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In case anyone is one the fence about these versus real tile/grout, the peel/stick version looks ok but the real tile looks so much better - even with all of the extra work involved. I might use these for a rental property, but if I had to look at them every day and realize I could have made a better choice in the beginning - I'd use real tile/grout for my own home. Saying this with experience from trying both, and regretting the peel/stick version as soon as I put it on.

Nothing wrong with these by any means, but choose for the appropriate situation.
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How thick are these peel n stick tiles
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Will it peel easily if i stick it behind the stovetop?
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2 years and still going strong (we 'live' in North Dakota).
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2 years and still going strong (we 'live' in North Dakota).
Are you zombies? Why the quotes around live.
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The first couple of listings are for .27" edgings not tiles
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I bought stick-and-peel tiles from Walmart 2 years ago and they're working great in humid Tennessee with no problem behind the stove.

That being said, I spent 4 days sanding, cleaning and TSP'ing the wall to prep it before sticking. I also stuck them on once and never repositioned them.

Edit to add my contractor said they look amazing, but my tiles were great looking stainless steel squares, not flat vinyl pieces.
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