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Old 09-08-2016, 04:38 PM   #1
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Time for a change

The wife and I decided that is was time for the carpet to go, so we spent last weekend ripping out the carpet. After removing the carpet, we begin to remodel the bathroom.
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What are you replacing it with?
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What are you planning on replacing it with?

Gordon and I must have hit the reply button at the same time!
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Old 09-08-2016, 04:56 PM   #4
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replacing with Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring, called Mountain Slate
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Thanks for the pics. It appears that you have a Fleetwood. We want to do the same thing in our Montara.
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Jaydar,

Want to watch your remodel but it would be much easier if we did not have to look at 3 or 4 threads so please go to just one.

Love to see the remodels in process and what people come up with for changes.

Thanks for posting so we can see.
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yes I have a 1988 Fleetwood Jamboree.
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Sorry for all the different threads, actually today was my very first time posting pictures to a thread.
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We are using Select Surfaces vinyl click plank tile from Sams Club. Right now its $15.98 per box thru Sept. 18th. . I think it covers 11 sq. Ft. We got 7 boxes should do the trick. Hey if we can get it done for a 100 bucks its all good 😄.
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After you do this you will just wonder why you didn't do it sooner!

Good luck. ( make sure you get all the staples out and the floor is prepped good )
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After you do this you will just wonder why you didn't do it sooner!

Good luck. ( make sure you get all the staples out and the floor is prepped good )

Is there anything special to prep the floor with that we dont know aboit?
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Doing our floors as well. You may want to consider using a sealer, such as Kilz, before putting down the new flooring. It helps prevent damage if you ever had a water issue and seals any old wood smell. If you plan on using an adhesive with your new flooring, Kilz is a primer as well and provides good adhesion. Our plan is to install in-floor heat and floating floor on top.

Thanks for the pictures. Please post pics of the finished product.
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