Description: DyeTrans® Black Iron Metal Teapot Trivet, fits (1) 6" Sublimation Tile, sold separately. Great update for grandmas favorite kitchen item. All tiles will fade with exposure to UV rays at unpredictable rates. Use indoors or shady areas for best results. E6000 is the recommended adhesive. Match kitchen items: aprons, cutting boards, coasters and trays, sold separately. Tiles that fit: Ironclad Tile Premiere Tile Bison Tile DyeTrans Value Tile Wrought iron is easily bent and moved, some pieces may need to be adjusted if they bend in transit and they may vary in exact dimensions.
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WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
Love these heavyweight trivets! I paired this with an IronClad 6x6 White Satin tile. I used a recipe from my grandmother and designed the image in Creative Studio.
The iron part of the trivet is very sturdy and heavyweight. There is a slight gap between the edges of the tile and the trivet, making it easy to place the tile. I used E6000 in the corners and along the edges of the trivet where the tile sits.
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