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Old 11-30-2015, 06:01 AM   #71
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FWIW I am glad you folks are happy but I really hate tile! ;-)

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Cold floor? - get a pair of sheepskin slippers. Under a $100.

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We have tile & carpet. The carpet costs me $100-$200 per year for annual cleaning. I absolutely wish the entry way were tile rather than carpet. Our tile is not shiny. It is very durable, easy to care for, and has had no cracking problems in 100k miles of travel. I would prefer to have a good wood everywhere except the entry ...but DW prefers carpet to either wood or tile.
DW found a local carpet cleaning company that does the entire MH (LR and BDroom) for $60+trip charge, we have one cracked tile near the Kitchen to Bathroom door. Not bad for a 16 yr old coach! I filled that narrow crack with clear sealant to prevent moisture from loosening the tile cement.

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