The process of making a backsplash fit to your wall configuration is relatively easy. For the most part, just adhere it to the wall unless you need to cut it to fit. The task gets a bit trickier once you try maneuvering around your common electrical outlets. However, this can easily be navigated around in a matter of 7 easy steps.
Tools needed- Pencil, Cardboard Insert (From backsplash box or scap), Drill, Jigsaw, clamps, file, and adhesive.
Take your measurements and trace them into a piece of scrap cardboard- the piece included with the box works particularly great for this.
- Take the template and ensure your cutouts match up with your outlets on the wall. Once your outlets match up with your template, trace the outlets onto our backsplash panel.
- After tracing the pattern, use a drill to bore out the center of each outlet pattern, this allows for easier access for your jigsaw.
- Once you’ve drilled pilot holes, use your jigsaw to carefully cut out the outlet patterns filing down sharp edges if needed.
- Now that you’ve successfully cut your holes, apply your adhesive and secure to your wall just like your other panels.
The following video below will help illustrate these steps!