Edge Trim Silver
Tips, we’d like to tell you now:
- Frame your job and give it a professional finished look to be proud of! The decorative trim is ideal for hiding cut tile edges and will take your DIY project to the next level. Most tile jobs only require one 3m edge trim roll which can easily be cut to size by you. Any unused lengths are perfect for little art projects. They can with ease be joined together so before you order make sure you know how many 3m rolls you require. There is nothing worse than being short of products on the installation day!
- Buy and save! We have some amazing bundle deals for our tiles. If you’re tossing up between using the edge trim or not, it might actually help you push over our threshold for free shipping!
- We love a good 5 star review and we also know that our customers love a satisfying DIY project. Let’s work together: We’ve provided the installation guide - now it’s your turn to follow it and we can both celebrate the success of your makeover!
- The edge trims come ready with an extra strong adhesive on the back. They are really just as easy as cut, peel and stick!
Frame that job like a pro!
suitable for framing
- Peel and stick tiles
- Other splash backs
- Art work
specificationsSize: 3m (L) x 11.3mm (W) x 3.3mm (T)
1 continuous roll
Material: PVC, EVA self adhesive foam, PE film
The trim is easy to cut, the red backing paper is a little hard to get off at the start but after that all good. Have put up and it looks great thank you
So easy to apply and made the tiles look amazing! I used it to join tiles below and vinyl above, so pleased with how it all turned out.
Is was quite hard to get the 45 degree angle cut for the corners correct as the trim is not flat which made it hard to make a perfect cut. Also trim would not stick to wall even after holding in place with tape. Tried to glue it but still won't stick. The light from nearby window reflects of the silver and it looks bumpy. Not happy with the look and because it won't stick we will have to try something else as a trim.
We have been in contact with the customer as soon as we received her feedback and tried to resolve this issue. She's been sent a replacement edge trim since the first one appeared to have had a manufacturer defect.
Very easy to use, Looks good with white and grey tiles.
Unroll: The edge trim has a natural bend. Before you start, roll the edge trim in the opposite direction from how it's been packaged to offset its tension a bit. This will help the strip to stick properly.
Cut: Cut the edge trim at a 45° angle to make a neat corner.
Peel: Peel off the protective tape from the back of the edge trim. For longer lengths keep the majority of the backing paper on and only fold back a small part of it.
Stick: Press the edge trim firmly onto the wall to make sure proper adhesion. Remove the remaining of the backing paper as you smooth down the rest of the edge trim