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Old 05-12-2022, 08:46 PM   #1
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Dynasty Floor Tile

We have a 2000 Dynasty with a handful of broken tiles wed like to replace. Does anybody know of a source for this 6x6 floor tile?
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I think I read Shaw was supplier around those years. But 22yr old tile run is going to be real long shot.
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Old 05-13-2022, 02:30 PM   #3
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Tiles can become obsolete in less than 2 years. I doubt you will find that tile.
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Old 05-13-2022, 04:55 PM   #4
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If you have the time to search, there is an older thread somewhere in this forum about the Monaco tile supplier. It had a ladies name and the company.
But, like the others said it's a long shot.
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It would be a miracle if you were able to find something that matched the old tile. Your best bet will be to chisel it up and install all new tile. JMHO
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Seen stone look tile floors or patios with random odd color tile here and there . Would only like like right if willing to put in others here and there as well. "Accent rugs?"
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I had a few broken on our 97 Dynasty in the bathroom area and I simply re glued and re grouted them and its pretty much invisible vs trying to source such old tiles.
Good luck either way
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Think before you try to take that tile up and replace it! Monaco had a glue that stuck so good that you will be taking part of the plywood underneath up just to get the tile off the floor. The tile chips off the floor about the size of a quarter. There are a lot of quarters in a 6x6 tile. Our tiles were 12x12. Been there, done that!
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