It is important when fitting your new splashback to consider the adhesives and sealants that you will be using to complete the job. If you use the wrong type of product or one that is an unsuitable colour, it could spoil the overall look and leave you feeling unsatisfied with the end result. Creating your own bespoke kitchen or bathroom is a project that you should be proud of, so making sure that the finish is perfect with the appropriately coloured sealant is a simple step that you can take to give it a professional look and to achieve a stunning result.
New to Custom Splashbacks is an excellent range of CT1 Sealant and Construction Adhesive, in a variety of colours to suit your kitchen or bathroom decor. This superb choice of different shades will help you to ensure that the finish is just right, especially on projects in the bathroom and kitchen where those little details really matter. This fantastic adhesive also goes beyond the internal use for splashbacks, with many other tasks possible both indoors and outside. We have taken a closer look at the benefits of this amazing product, so that you know what to expect when you make your purchase.
Where can CT1 be used?
- Perfect for almost all plastics, including acrylic and polycarbonate
- Will work with all metals, including lead
- It is also suitable for use on wood, ceramics, glass and tiles
- Great for using in bathrooms, showers and wet-rooms
- Can be used on mirrors and concrete
- Ideal for kitchens
- Please note that CT1 is not suitable for use on polypropylene
What benefits does CT1 have?
- Choose a closer match for the colour of your project
- Achieve a seamless finish where the details are important
- It is solvent free
- Antibacterial properties
- It can be painted upon
- It is odourless
- Classed as food safe
- Immune to stubborn fungus
- Unique flexibility
- UV and chemical resistant
- Non-shrinking formula
- Produces a watertight seal
- Environmentally friendly
- Can be applied when the surface is wet or under water
What colours is CT1 available in?