Knowing how to clean your splashback for the first time can be daunting as you don’t want to damage it. Here’s a few do’s and don’ts to keep it looking beautiful for longer.
It’s important not to use abrasive products such as brillo pads as this can leave scratch marks and can permanently damage your splashback. Don’t use harsh chemicals, ammonia or solvent-based products as this can make the material craze.
Do’s for a long lasting fresh finish
Use a simple microfiber cloth paired with soapy water, such as your normal washing up liquid. Build up a soapy lather and rinse clean with warm water. For the best results, buff the clean splashback with a clean dry microfiber cloth to get any residue smudging.
If you want a more intensive clean on your acrylic splashbacks or if it hasn’t been cleaned for a long time, we would recommend buying a specialist acrylic cleaner. This will work wonders to not only clean but also protect your splashback. You can purchase the recommended cleaning products HERE.
Sealing your splashback
We would also recommend sealing the edges of your splashback. This helps to protect the edges and improve the longevity of your splashback. You can purchase the suggested solvent-free sealant HERE.
Key Features for sealing and cleaning your splashback correctly:
- Keeps your splashback looking new for longer
- Prevents scratches
- Increases the life span of your Splashback
- Prevents crazing of the material