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Where to end backsplash at refrigerator panel

Posted by LauraD123 none (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 4, 13 at 21:01

I have a 4 inch backsplash that I will be replacing on the painted walls of my U shaped kitchen. But the current short backsplash turns the corner and extends onto the refrigerator panel as shown in the attached picture. It is stuck to the panel with the wrong adhesive so that removing it leaves a mess on the panel (we tried and put it back on). So now I either have to extend the full splash height onto the panel or do a short splash on the panel which will be adjacent to the full splash on the wall that is currently painted. Thoughts?


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RE: Where to end backsplash at refrigerator panel

How do you keep those knives from falling out?

This post was edited by always-beezee on Tue, Nov 5, 13 at 13:42


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RE: Where to end backsplash at refrigerator panel

After you let us know how you keep the knives in there, you need to ask the Kitchen Forum folks.

Here is a link that might be useful: Kitchen Forum


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RE: Where to end backsplash at refrigerator panel

Ha, ha, I have no idea how the picture turned upside down (before I posted it was right side up).


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Laura still hasn't told us how she did it.............I bet she uses magnets. Glue is too messy. Gum too germy.


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I think she just stood on her head when she took the picture.


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Too bad she hasn't posted on the KF yet. She'd get lots of feedback. All those kitchen obsessed folks would love to chime in, I'll bet.


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Gum, Bernie? Reeally?


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RE: Where to end backsplash at refrigerator panel

I think I read somewhere that one or more of the "i" devices allow use of the volume button to trigger the shutter and that the "natural" position to hold it is actually upside down. Of course the device records the "orientation" and the device(and most/all image hosting sites) make use of that info to properly display the image.

Unfortunately,Gardenweb.com, as many Apple users discover, does not. ;)

Solutions? Not sure. Hold the camera/device upside-down/rightside-up? Rotate the image before uploading it to Gardenweb? Use a third-party hosting site such as Photobucket/Imageshack/etc?

I reckon this way would be overkill? :D Rotate 180°


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