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Old 01-23-2022, 05:15 PM   #1
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Replace broken ceramic tile

I see there is another post on here looking for a source for replacement ceramic tiles. I have been looking for a few tiles to replace mine as well.
I see a lot of coaches with my same color tile, and was hoping someone might have a few they would sell.
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Looks very nice but, maybe I am an outlier here, why would somebody go thru all the trouble of installing floor tile, knowing full well it will crack? Not to mention the additional weight.
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A lot of new coaches are installing tile from the factory without any real issues. That's what people want.
I have a 2002 coach that has tile in the kitchen and bath area. I do have ~4-6 tile cracked. Not much you can do about it. But this can happen in a residential install also.
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My nearly 15 year old coach has ceramic tile everywhere but the bedroom. Not a crack anywhere after 55k miles. The original owner was given several spare tiles from the factory, which he kindly left in the coach when I bought it. Though it looks like I wont need them, knock on wood.
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I took your pic and cropped . Opened Google lens search, then small gallery icon,clicked cropped pic, search brought up many tiles that looked very close as there are pretty big difference between ones on your floor already. My cropped pic from your post pic didn't show not edges,finish and texture very well. Not all of these were to tile you can buy but look seemed pretty popular I think Travertine is name of real stone it's made to look like.
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I see there is another post on here looking for a source for replacement ceramic tiles. I have been looking for a few tiles to replace mine as well.
I see a lot of coaches with my same color tile, and was hoping someone might have a few they would sell.
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Old 01-27-2022, 06:02 PM   #6
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Looks very nice but, maybe I am an outlier here, why would somebody go thru all the trouble of installing floor tile, knowing full well it will crack? Not to mention the additional weight.
My coach like many came with the ceramic floor. I have one tile that is cracked right in front of the washer and dryer. The tile was cracked by something that was dropped on it before I owned it. Like pduggs, the tile has held up well in my coach.
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