Studio L Glassworks produces a kiln fired, back coated glass product. This handcrafted tile is perfect for adding an element of color or depth to your interior. A variety of styles, sizes, and colors allow for maximum flexibility. Studio L Glassworks tile is manufactured to meet industry spefications and is a recommended wall application for commercial or residential use. Variations in color, shade, and size are inherent in all fired glass products. Studio L Glassworks tile should not be exposed to high abrasion or extremely heavy impact.
Note: this tile is a handcrafted artistic glass tile and is not guaranteed to match sample. Variations in color, shade, and size are inherent in all fired glass products and are considered normal.
Strength & Durability
Studio L Glassworks tile is composed of sand, soda ash (sodium carbonate), dolomite, limestone, and salt cake (sodium sulfate) making it a solid, strong building material that is impervious to freeze/thaw resistance and water. The longevity of the glass adds to its sustainability.
Studio L Glassworks tile is easy to maintain. Glass is a nonporous material and will not absorb dirt, dust, and other debris. A damp cloth or sponge is sufficient for general cleaning. Mild, NON-ABRASIVE, surface cleaners can be used to clean tougher messes.
Care for Studio L Glassworks tile is simple. Avoid extreme temperature changes, heavy impact, and seal out moisture from entering behind glass.
After installation, the glass should be clean of any marks. For dried-on material, extra-fine steel wool or a single sided razor blade can be used to gently remove any undesired marks on the surface. This will work well for unwanted adhesive, dried paint, day-old sauces, etc.
Note: Do NOT gouge the surface when using the razor blade.