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How much should I be looking to pay for about 60 metre squared acrylic kitchen splashback?


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Is that for all 60 metres?


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How should I know....I thought we was playing a game.

You asked for a supplier in this thread http://www.ultimatehandyman.co.uk/forum1/post417668.html#p417668 and was given the name of some places to try who SELL the product you want - what did they say?

If someone happened to work with this product here, I'd imagine they still can't give you a price as you provide virtually no information at all. It's like saying "I want to buy a house - how much is it?"

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