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Old 07-06-2013, 09:10 PM   #1
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a new decorater product for inside

Hello,
It's been quite a while since my last post...but I saw something today that I'll try as a backsplash in my Skimp trailer:
Mosaic Tiles - Mosaic Tils Murals - Mosaic Ideas - Mosaic Tile Patterns
Light weight self adhesive and pretty reasistic.

Meanwhile, I just replaced two axles on mine and my friends eggs.
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Old 07-07-2013, 04:31 PM   #2
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I saw them installed on one of my other camping groups and they look pretty cute! The owner was not sure he'd like them until he had them installed, and now is really happy with the final results (and the ease of installation).
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Welcome back Thomas. So, you're not skimping on the tiles for the backsplash... but, buying new? That's highly unusual for you
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Hi, Thomas! Wow, I just might have to look for those-the "Lagoon Mosaik" might do very well in my aging Casita... I'm concerned about the removal with heat from a hair dryer, though: summers are pretty warm here in central TX and the Casita's not immunized. But it would be worth a try...
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It's warm here too and I do wonder about that. Worst case I figure would be it works for a while and if it peels off, I'll remove all of it and use it somewhere else. The material is kind of thick rubbery vinyl (which gives the tiles real dimension) A bit of Goo-gone on the ensolite and who'd be the wiser?
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