Have on experience with the tape for tile but have doubts about double sided tape for that application. Lots of vibration on the road. Weight difference properly applied will be marginal. I think I would pass on the tape.
JMHO. Good luck what ever you decide.
Al Laura (Lily & Breeze Portie Girls)
2011 F250 6.7 PS Tuxedo Black 4x4
11 305SKP- TPMS- RideRite air bags
Reese 16K Slider Wet Bolts
I uploaded pictures of the glass tile backsplashes I installed in the kitchen and the bathroom. I used a product I found at Lowes called Bondera, an adhesive sheet, and a clear silicone caulking to grout with. I do not think a double sided tape would work if you put any miles on at all. We have been bouncing down the road and the tile has stayed exactly where I put it! No cracking or loosening at all.
R & M Hewitt
Dobie Girl, Elise & Dobie Boy, Chiron
2014 CR Rushmore Lincoln
2016 High Country SILVERADO 2500HD DURAMAX/Allison
I used 1/8" clear Lexan plastic sheeting in the bathroom and around the kitchen stove. Cut it to fit and then heated and bent it 90 degrees over a 1X4. Held in place with mirror clips. Easy to remove to clean or repair/replace.
I used ceramic tile mastic to install some mosaic tile behind the bathroom sink top when I installed a new vanity and around the stove top about four years ago and it is still there with no problems. I did use a grout caulk for grouting it.