Hey guys is lazy and I hope that you're just as excited as I was when I learned that there was peel and stick backsplash so this is much less expensive and way faster and easier to apply than regular tile and I'm going to show you guys how to do it hopefully you didn't do the DIY glitter backsplash because we got to start with the smooth surface so I just sanded it down and try to get as much glitter off of my wall as possible you want to start with a clean surface so make sure that your wall is free of grease dust dirt food whatever the prize I got these lengths of Amazon these are Cris tiles and they look like real tile these are amazing the link is going to be listed down below they come in a pack of six and these are ten by ten so you need to measure your square footage make sure you have enough and we can get started so here when you take the tiles out of the box you see that this says overlap here and so that's exactly how we're going to apply it we're just going to make sure that we overlap them like a puzzle and you they go together like this so you can also lay them out make sure it's how you want it before you even get started because once these are up on the wall you don't want to take them off because the sheet will be ruined so I'm going to start on the left side of my wall and because each of these sheets only has one overlap tab I'm going to cut the opposite side of that that way I can make that flush and make that straight and it will go up against the wall and before I remove the backing I'm just going to hold it up against the wall and make sure that straight make sure it's how I want it and then I can go ahead and remove the protective sheet and would you look at that beautiful this is when my palms got sweaty and I got super nervous but then I just reminded myself how much worse it could be if I didn't put this on there because look at my backsplash right now you guys it's a complete mess and all was good with the world again I just aligned the sheet up how I wanted it and I just stuck it on it was actually a lot easier than I thought it would be and my other side of that sheet is going to have an overlap here that way the following sheet that goes next to it can fit into it perfectly like a puzzle press and seal it into place and keep moving along just keep doing the same thing until you come to not let this part gets a little tricky but it's a lot easier than I thought it would be and it's a lot easier than using real tile so I just figured out where my outlet is and then I just cut made a cut for it and just stuck it right back into onto the wall do the same on the other side and you just want to keep repeating this step over and over and over again so I'm just going to speed this up here so because I can't just leave my backslash like this and because the bottom of my cabinets and the top of my counters is taller than 10 inches I gotta finish this part up right here so it's actually really easy I just take a sheet measure it up and because these are tiles I can actually just count how many rows I need cut it off and just keep doing the same thing just stick them on there you guys just put it together like a puzzle so I'm going to go ahead and speed this process up I'm gonna put some music on for you guys so sit back and relax and enjoy the show [Music] alright guys here it is it's all done I love the way it looks it's a brand new kitchen let me know what you guys think down in the comments below and I've also seen this done on mirrors as a boarder and I think it looks really cool so I will talk to you guys later and as always check out my blog for additional tips and photos in the next video thanks for watching you [Music] well you're still watching well go watch this video
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