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Old 03-02-2013, 08:34 AM   #1
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Replace ceramic tile floor

I have a Country Coach Inspire with cracked and loose ceramic floor tile. I want to replace the ceramic tile floor with new ceramic tile. I need to know the latest methods being used to control the movement in the sub-flooring that causes ceramic tile to come loose. Is anyone using Ditra or similar type products to provide better adhesion to the wood sub-floor? Is anyone using tile setting compounds other than thinset mortar? Are there any internet sites that provide information concerning tile installations in Motorhomes? Thanks
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Ditra is only as good as the modified / unmodified thin set used. Porcelsin tiles have a better history with resiliance. All tile products used on floors have some negatives in the MH enviroment. :-)
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Old 03-02-2013, 08:57 AM   #3
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Agree, there is movement in the subfloor to some point, they look good but I never liked tile in any unit just because the chance of cracking. I have seen some that been down for years with no issues, I know it's a bear and a mess to remove and clean up.
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