Aged Brass Splashback
Brass patina splashback
Our aged brass splashbacks feature the same characteristics as our aged brass sheets. A luxury look and feel with characterful colours and textures. It’s a fantastic material to use as a working splashback or as a statement piece.
The benefits of aged brass splashbacks includes:
- Unique patterns and patina
- Easy to install with basic DIY tools
- Easy to care for and clean
- Comes in flexible sheets that can be cut to size
All aged brass splashbacks can be custom cut by our team for no extra cost.
Our aged brass splashbacks are designed for use in domestic kitchens. If you would like to use them commercially, contact our expert team to discuss your needs.
Aged brass provides brand new design opportunities or an opportunity to look back in time. Britain has a long history with brass and many of us find comfort from its warm tone and reassuring shine.
Brass makes an excellent decorative or practical material. It’s full of colour and character, is easy to clean, and can cover large areas with minimal material.
These brass splashbacks are artificially aged to deliver a stunning and unique patina. Each sheet is coated with a gloss lacquer to preserve the patina pattern and prevent further ageing.
Caring for your aged brass splashback
Our aged brass splashbacks require minimal care and cleaning to maintain.
- Clean using mild detergent and warm soapy water to remove dirt and debris. Use a clean soft cloth or sponge to wipe down.
- Avoid using scourers or abrasive cleaners.
- Avoid using acidic or alkaline cleaning products.
Order your aged brass splashbacks today from Buy Metal Online. We can cut to any size and deliver to your door!
* Note on Lacquered products
Lacquer is essentially a coating of paint and should be treated and cleaned as such. Do not use harsh abrasive cleaning items as this with wear away the lacquer and chase the metal to continue to age and change.
For heavy use products such as bar and table tops, always:
- 1. Clean gently with warm and soapy water
- 2. Use heat mats when required
- 3. Avoid scratching
- 4. Clean spills immediately
- 5. Re-lacquer if required