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Old 08-17-2014, 10:19 PM   #15
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Lori, are you kidding? It was done the old fashioned way with "Smart Tiles." Is it that easy to tell?

We were going to do the tile and grout method. But Patty found these Smart Tiles. Advantages are they are very light, will flex with the slide and we only used one 12 pack $85 plus one $10 to complete the job. I took the window frame off ( after making sure the window wasn't going to fall out) so we didn't have to trim up to it. In some cases we made a template. We were going to pull the mirrors behind the stove but decided to leave them. Smart Tiles recommended not to have them close to the stove.

It turned out better than I expected and really brings some color to the coach.

We will do the bathroom next. Maybe use ST again.
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For all of those who want to pull the mirrors, a hair dryer really helps loosen the tapes bond. Then there is some white latex like glue that I removed with a razor blade held at the lowest angle I could get. Took the glue off very well. Cleaned up with some rubbing alcohol.
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My Moen worked fine. No leaks. I just liked the temp control on the Grohe better. That wasn't covered under warranty either! Oh well....
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