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    Post First Project in the New camper

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    This is done with Smart Tiles.

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    Looks nice..
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    That really looks nice dresses up the bathroom

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    Quote Originally Posted by LanikaiGirl View Post
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    This is done with Smart Tiles.
    Tim & Gina

    What a great improvement!

    We saw a 369RL in Arizona a few months ago that used similar tiles to replace the glass in the dining table. It made for a very good functional improvement over the glass.

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    What is cool about this is that these weight almost nothing. They are not real tile. They are gel. You apply them by peel and stick. You can also remove them with a hair dryer if you change you mind later. They feel real.

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    Where did you buy them?
    Quote Originally Posted by LanikaiGirl View Post
    What is cool about this is that these weight almost nothing. They are not real tile. They are gel. You apply them by peel and stick. You can also remove them with a hair dryer if you change you mind later. They feel real.

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    Nice job!
    TNF, I've seen these at Lowe's and Home Depot.
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    At one of the larger Home Depots.

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