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Scot Sicari explains how to use common household objects to create a kitchen backsplash.
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Scott Sicari: By pointing reason over common household dodges we’re creating a backsplash with depth and texture that will be the envy of all your neighbors. And to now I’m building a form around our backsplash footprint. This are create in edge which will give us a shallow tray and allow all recent to harden and pull off in this area. Alright so now we’ve got our edge on and we’re going to actually spray this edge with some cooking, this will allow you reason to release once it’s hard and will be able to get the edges of nice and easy. In order to mount this later we have to think with a little, we’ve drilled some holes which are five sixteenth of an inch. The same diameter of the straws, we’re going to use this straws to actually put in the holes and this will allow the recent to set around it without actually filling in the hole, pretty good. Alright so now we’re actually going to mix to reason that, reason is a two part process, you have the actually reason and the hardener. And you are going to mix them one to one, we’re going to mix this out and you are going to sort of whip it like you would with the cake butter or something and just keep going for about a minute. And what you want to do is just started one end and pours around your form, then you just want to take something a hard piece of paper or cardboard and I’m using with at extra scrap piece of the laminate that we use. And we use that to help spread it out to all your edges and you only want to go about an eight of an inch stick with this stuff at the time so we’re actually going to layer this in section. We are going to let this hard in a little and then start adding layers to this. So today we’re going to use a collection of silverware to put on our reason but you could use anything you like to collect, you can do shells, river rocks, bottle caps even food if you like. But we’re going to start the day with some nuts so check this out. So we are using galvanize screws and granite and we’re just going to go into the holes that we’re already made in the reason in our template and we put some on this first but looks like wearing good shape here. Reason is a great way to take your favorite collection and suspend it in time. This backsplash will tell you story to all that pass to your kitchen.
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