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Old 03-19-2015, 10:51 AM   #15
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WOW! You got right up in there! I was thinking of doing this on the Astoria I used to have. I wasn't planninf on going that close to the window. Very, very nice. Thanks for the picture.
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Old 03-19-2015, 01:27 PM   #17
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Wife decided she wanted a different look in the kitchen so we installed these 'Smart Tiles'. Looks pretty much like real tile but without the weight and the worry of breaking or coming apart going down the road. Before and after picture.Attachment 88802Attachment 88803

Good job Terry! We put that in our bathrooms and love it! The DW would like to put it in the kitchen but I am reluctant to remove the mirrored backsplash that we have now.
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do you think it will stick to formica
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do you think it will stick to formica

I don't think it would be a problem if you clean it good with alcohol or some other non-residue cleaner.
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Is it easy to cut? What did you use to cut it with?
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Very nice job & it looks beautiful....the look of glass tiles without the expense. Seems most any late model RV has tile backsplashes now so refurbbing older RV's with the Smart Tiles is the way to go.

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Very easy to cut! You can use scissors or razor knife!
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Wow! What a great way to update a kitchen. It seem like it is easy to do, inexpensive, and looks very chic.

Nice job on the install.
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It looks a lot like our brand new Winnebago Forza! Nice mod.
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That looks great. I just found saw that stuff at Home Depot this weekend. Unfortunately they only carry of the 4 designs. Im considering a the stainless tile to go with the new fridge.

Can you guys post more pics?
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We installed the same tile last year and still staying up. Around the stove no problems and also did the bathroom still hanging up. It held during the texas heat
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That's good to k now. I've been wanting to install the SmartTile, but since it's so new I've been waiting for user feedback on how the adhesive holds up over time.

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I put this right on the mirrored back splash. They stuck to the glass nicely and I didn't have to worry about tearing up the wall while removing the mirror panels. I'm going to add a piece of quarter round trim to compensate for the raised edge. A nice update to a 15 year old MH.
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