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Old 01-24-2015, 08:26 AM   #29
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Looks great! The Mrs. now wants hard wood in our new RV as well!
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Looks great! The Mrs. now wants hard wood in our new RV as well!
We all got to do what ever keeps them happy, right?
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Phil, I have given a few clients some of the luxury vinyl planks to use to protect the part of the slide that may contact the main floor. This seems like the quickest solution other then having someone remove the slide and take some of your cash in the process.
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Phil, I have given a few clients some of the luxury vinyl planks to use to protect the part of the slide that may contact the main floor. This seems like the quickest solution other then having someone remove the slide and take some of your cash in the process.
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Phil, I have given a few clients some of the luxury vinyl planks to use to protect the part of the slide that may contact the main floor. This seems like the quickest solution other then having someone remove the slide and take some of your cash in the process.
Good to know the professionals had the same idea. I feel better now about my "fix".
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Last year I put in an engineered wood floor throughout the coach except for the slide which I re-carpeted. I think mine was a "Winchester" gun-stock color I got from Home Depot. The tile and carpet removal was a PAIN but I'm very glad I have the new floor. We enjoy it and it is beautiful. It looks similar to the OP's floor. You will be glad you made the effort. My slide is on skids and I have to use the luxury vinyl planks to keep the new floor from getting scratched.
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