Keeping your kitchen walls clean can be a tough job—especially when you consider all the activities that go on in that area of your home. Splattering oil while you cook, splashing water and soap as you wash—all these can damage your kitchen walls and leave behind unsightly stains and water marks.
And because you simply can’t stop using these, the best way of keeping your kitchen walls clean is by protecting them. This is why many homeowners have kitchen splashbacks installed during theirkitchen renovations
Kitchen splashbacks do not only serve the purpose of protecting walls, since they can also do wonders in enhancing the overall look and appeal of a kitchen. This is especially true when you consider that kitchen splashbacks can be made from a variety of materials—there’s tile, stainless steel, and acrylic. However, there is one material that has always been popular amongst many home (and establishment) owners—glass. In fact, majority of people who are currently doing their kitchen renovations in Sydney request for glass splashbacks to be installed. But what makes glass splashbacks a popular choice?