The DIY thread - DIYourself

Zaskar

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Looking for a backsplash option for behind our stove, something stainless steel or copper. Anyone ever DYI something in your own kitchen?
We ordered this kit from GE but it arrived damaged and the shelf was larger then I wanted so looking for other options (not tile)

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JDurk

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Just my $.02. Depending on how often the stove top is used and how messy the cook(s) are, a smooth S/S back splash will need to be cleaned often.

Maybe S/S tiles?
 

MadisonDan

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Team MTBNJ Halter's
Looking for a backsplash option for behind our stove, something stainless steel or copper. Anyone ever DYI something in your own kitchen?
We ordered this kit from GE but it arrived damaged and the shelf was larger then I wanted so looking for other options (not tile)

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We were going to tile behind ours, but dumbdumb contractor didn't leave enough room. We had a custom SS sheet installed. I'll try to dig up a photo and the guys name.
 

fidodie

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Staff member
Looking for a backsplash option for behind our stove, something stainless steel or copper. Anyone ever DYI something in your own kitchen?
We ordered this kit from GE but it arrived damaged and the shelf was larger then I wanted so looking for other options (not tile)

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i like the stainless, but a little too commercial for my taste. I matched my countertop as my backsplash for the business side of the kitchen.
easy to clean, hides everything between cleanings! A little boring tho,

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Zaskar

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i like the stainless, but a little too commercial for my taste. I matched my countertop as my backsplash for the business side of the kitchen.
easy to clean, hides everything between cleanings! A little boring tho,
We looked at this option but can't find a matching remnant in the size we need.
 

02camaro

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Found steal of a deal on loaded avalanche in Delaware one night around 830.. Drove down that night to pick it up. It was missing like a bastard hence the deal, so I unplugged the injector on the dead cylinder and drove it home. Assumed the AFM lifters were bad which is a common problem in these GM trucks. Pulled the heads, lifters were bad, replaced everything, thankfully the cam was spared. Now I got a perfect truck for like $4k total invested. Super pumped, now I just need a make a bike rack.
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