Stone back splash behind range: hard to clean? esp fire & ice
I am considering the fire and ice back splash, continuing it behind my slide-in range. I am concerned about grease and other splatters (spaghetti sauce!) mucking up the back splash.
For those of you with a rough stone back splash - would you do it again? Is sealer enough to make it easy to clean? I don't mind applying sealer every 6 months or a year. Is there a certain sealer that is recommended?
I could break the back splash at the range and put something easier to clean there, but I like the look of continuing the horizontal lines behind the range.