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Unread 07-29-2009, 07:15 PM   #6
Ingeborg
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You are a charmer, yes the tiles are what they were, tiles in the box That's about it. They were not cheap but I hunted all over for them having seen them in the Pacific NW prior to our move to the SW and finally found them down here in Florida and I was elated. It meant that I wouldn't have to make them myself.

I installed them on my floors and they have been in place for about 9 years. (I still have to install some sort of baseboard tile since they didn't come with any trim tile) I love them but they are not slip proof as their specs stated and they are clearly not high fire stoneware tiles since they melted in my high fire kiln firing. The distributor assured me they were high fired stoneware, obviously he didn't know what that meant.

So what gives with the tile standards of the industry?
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