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Unread 02-18-2014, 10:39 AM   #5
jtraggie99
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Still wondering about tiling bathroom walls in non-wet areas. If I plan to use tile as baseboards, or even going up further up the wall, and the wall is currently textured and painted, should I replace the existing sections of drywall? If I do, should I go with standard drywall or green board?

It was also suggested to me to replace the existing drywall around the vanity (if I intend to tile there) with green board and tile directly to that.

Any suggestions or comments? Thanks.
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