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Unread 06-20-2020, 02:42 PM   #6
alcorey
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Thanks Tonto, replacing them is not an option - most all of the chips came from the tile levelers and were not seen until they were removed and the tiles were already bonded. It happened most likely because the tiles are not flat and clinching down on the tile levelers apparently put too much pressure on the edges. I will add I am very surprised and disappointed that they are so fragile - especially at $14 a square.

Your idea is probably the only solution at this point - I imagine I'll have to find permanent markers and continually keep them sealed.

At any rate, I hope my experience can help someone who may be considering this wavy tile to avoid the issues I've run into.

Maybe the thread title could be changed to "Wavy tile chipping problem"?
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