What about heat resistance?

Experience tells us that the Pimp Flexible splashback can handle itself well behind a (gas)hob. However the product is a type of plastic and needs some caution with cooking.
You need to make sure the heat doesn’t build up too much at the splashback and that hot pans or flames cannot reach the back wall.


When using large pans on the burners close to the wall for extended periods of time, or when there is a very small distance between the hob and the splashback we advise to use a backboard saver (a small plate of hardened glass) to protect the splashback.

 

The Pimp Solid panels consist of two thin sheets of aluminium, with a PE core. Cooking warmth, steam and grease are no problem at all. Do make sure that the heat doesn't build up too much at the splashback and that hot pans or flames cannot reach the back wall as this may affect the PE core.

 

The Pimp Superior panels undergo high temperatures during their production process. They are heated in an oven to 200º C to allow the image to transfer in the coating. To make sure you can enjoy your design as long as possible, you can keep the same precautions in mind as mentioned above.