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Old 09-04-2018, 12:43 PM   #1
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Changing floor tile

I own a one-year-old Entegra anthem with Shiny porcelain tile. My wife hates it because it is so hard to keep clean and spot free. Has anyone changed out the tile in their class A and if so is it an extremely difficult/expensive process?
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Look at my post #75 in the link below. It was not a fun job but well worth the effort and expense!

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I just changed out the carpet in my 96 National. The toilet leaked and carpet got wet (and horribly stinky), so we pulled all the carpet from the beginning of bedroom to the end of the cabin (my driver are is elevated). New vinyl click and stick slats (look like wood). Looks great. I had some Pergo-type wood in the kitchen that was awful to remove; chipped up about a two-inch chunk at a time! It's all done, with new plush carpet and thick pad underneath in the bedroom. I haven't taken it anywhere yet, but hoping it will work as advertised! So much better than light beige carpet as soon as you walk in!
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