This Peel-and-Stick Backsplash is a DIY Dream Come True

Best New Products Host Jodi Marks displays MSI Stik Peel and Stick backsplash at The Home Depot
MSI’s new peel-and-stick backsplash gives you the look of real tile without all the hassle of a traditional thin-set application. (3 Echoes Content Studio)

Everyone loves a tile backsplash, but not everyone is a fan of the work and mess that goes into them. This new peel-and-stick backsplash from MSI gives you the look of a real tile backsplash without all the hassle. 


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This peel-and-stick backsplash gives you the look of real stone at the fraction of the cost. (3 Echoes Content Studio)

Real Stone Look

MSI’s La Crema Stax Interlocking STIK Wall-Tile enhances your space with timeless elegance at a fraction of the cost.

This gray stone mosaic tile look-alike interlocks, so it looks like real tile!

It’s perfect for refreshing kitchen backsplashes, creating bedroom accent walls and even updating bookshelf insets quickly, affordably and easily. 


This gray stone mosaic tile look-alike even interlocks like real tile! (The Home Depot)

Mess-Free Installation

This peel-and-stick backsplash is a DIY dream come true because you get the look you want with less work to “Do Yourself.”

There’s no grout or thin-set required to install them. With its heavy-duty adhesive, it stands the test of time even in the busiest homes and light commercial environments. 


Tips for Installing

Before applying this peel-and-stick backsplash, inspect all the tiles. Natural stone products inherently lack uniformity and vary in color, shade, finish, etc., so it’s best to blend tiles from different boxes when you install it. 

Natural stones sometimes have dry seams and pits that are often filled. The filling can work its way out, so you might need to refill these voids as part of normal maintenance.

Find the MSI La Crema Stax Peel and Stick Textured Marble Stone Look Wall Tile at The Home Depot.


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