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Old 04-19-2015, 01:45 AM   #1
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New stick on tile

Wife added stick on tile to the kitchen and bathroom
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Old 04-19-2015, 08:41 AM   #2
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That looks nice.
Is it ceramic, glass or plastic?
Grout?
And from my DW; Where did she get it?
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They are plastic from home depot online.
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They are plastic from home depot online.
Thank you. Any concerns about proximity to cook top?
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Old 04-19-2015, 10:19 PM   #5
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We have the tile and plan on doing our GT. We have some trim wallpaper around the kitchen counter and in the bedroom that is peeling (and ugly).

As far as safety in the kitchen area it couldn't be any worse than the wallpaper. Besides, we mostly use the microwave. That's my story and I'm "sticking" to it.
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Iwannacamp, your new tile is the one we purchased.
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your tile, are you sticking it right to the wall paper, which I know would not be a problem as long as the paper is not loose, my concern is that my 2014 already has loose wallpaper in some areas, whats your thoughts, and how long has it been up, looks great, and looks like I also would be up to doing this,,,
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your tile, are you sticking it right to the wall paper, which I know would not be a problem as long as the paper is not loose, my concern is that my 2014 already has loose wallpaper in some areas, whats your thoughts, and how long has it been up, looks great, and looks like I also would be up to doing this,,,
We plan to remove the decorative strip to get a good smooth surface. The actually wallpaper is ok.
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Iwannacamp, your new tile is the one we purchased.

I guess my picture taking is weak...not the same area and I wasn't finished. I just noticed as I reflected.


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