Originally Posted by ernsue
...With the mesh type you use thin set to apply. Will this crack with the bouncing of the coach,,,,any ideas,,thanks
Your exterior walls are likely laminated and are therefore rigid, which will help prevent cracking of grout or thinset adhesive. However, if you're going to apply tiles to an inside wall (along the side where the refrigerator is located, for example), most interior walls will flex way too much for thinset.
FWIW, another backsplash option is Aspect metal tiles
. They also have peel and stick glass tiles, but these would be heavy like ceramic tiles. Aspect tiles require no grout, so cracking won't be a problem.
Aspect tiles are peel and stick, but they have an alternate installation method using dots of adhesive from a tube in addition to the peel and stick adhesive. This is supposed to help in situations where adhesion may be questionable.
The Aspect tiles are a special order at most Lowe's stores, but some locations stock a few of the styles.