Caesarstone backsplash regret- can it be removed?
Yesterday I had some beautiful Haze (very light gray) Caesarstone countertops installed. My mistake I see now was having matching 4 inch backsplash placed on top.
The installers/fabricators were excellent but I'm embarrassed to call them and ask. Does anyone know- is it possible to have the backsplash removed without damaging the countertops underneath. I think a silicone adhesive was used. Does the adhesive stain Caesarstone?
How hard would it be to have them come back and pry up the backsplash? I have subway glass tile I should've used but we were trying to be practical and not worry about grout stains. I had planned the tile to extend to the top of the backsplash but realize now that look is dated- want to get rid of the backsplash and have the tile come all the way down to the countertops.
Anyone with advice for me? Thank you!!