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Old 09-19-2012, 08:22 AM   #1
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1" mosaic tile

I was wondering if there is a special type of adhesive to use when installing 1" mosaic tile. I have used it before in homes but never an RV which has a lot of movement. I am installing just a few sections in kitchen area. Thanks for any advice.
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Cannot answer your question specifically, but there is a vinyl self adhesive mosaic tile product that you can order from Home Depot that looks very nice. Once installed, it can be removed with heating with a hair dryer. NuWa is putting it in their top of the line Champagne 5th wheels. We are going to install it behind our stove.
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Watching a do-it-yourself show on Saturday, and they showed a double sided tape for that purpose. Can't now for the life of me remember the name of the product. You can ask at Home Depot or Lowes. They said it was available from the big box stores.
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Watching a do-it-yourself show on Saturday, and they showed a double sided tape for that purpose. Can't now for the life of me remember the name of the product. You can ask at Home Depot or Lowes. They said it was available from the big box stores.
There are two kinds out there. One is crap (I forget the name); I've seen nothing but bad reviews on it. The good stuff is Bondera. It looks a bit like Eternabond.
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Alot of the big MH's have the tile in the galleys now. DIY packages them for Home Depot. My only thought is the weight of them, I've looked at them for home, and they aren't light! You might want to look at some of the thinner, more porous stone versions (and seal well). They were lighter than the glass ones.
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