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I had tongue and grooved pine splashbacks for decades, just sealed with normal sealer but the sink was at the window to be fair. My daughter has mirrored splashbacks as her apartment is small and they are fairly easy to keep clean. My sister has recently installed stainless steel bench tops and splash back and it looks lovely but has yet to be tested over time. I have glass in a neutral colour and every greasy spot shows up. I have to clean them with a magic sponge as the spots don't come off easily with detergent. I wouldn't have it again, so I am really having difficulty deciding what to have in my next upgrade which is coming due.

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The brick splash back would be terrible for cleaning and very unhygienic

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How about what they use in Europe? Spapanel is 100% Grout-Free is now available in Australia and is compliant to BCA. For more info Visit


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