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Old 12-13-2018, 06:31 PM   #16
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I HAD a nice bit of tile work.
Then we sold the nice(ish) house on a small lot for a dump on a big lot

Now I have a plastic tub surround
Will get back to a decent house with time, happy to have more room though!

Why donít you tile your RV? Iíve seen it done set in silicone with silicone grout. I actually ďpregroutedĒ some sheet tile with colorrite grout caulk once just to try it. Was pretty neat, you could Roll and unroll the sheet repeatedly always went back flat.
Come on... you know you need another project!
Mostly Iím kidding, but I could see it working well with smaller size tile actually.
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