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Old 04-26-2017, 02:22 PM   #21
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And the board comes thru with another answer to an issue
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Old 04-26-2017, 03:39 PM   #22
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Works best if you're not to proud to ask and understand everyday there is something new to learn.

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Rob,

Thanks for the recommendation on the protection plates. They did the trick, not scratching at all.

Ran out of red clips towards the end of the set, ended up using whites and spacers for the last few tiles.

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That vein matching looks awesome. How much extra time did that take??
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That vein matching looks awesome. How much extra time did that take??
About 24 hours of layout on the floor and labeling. Homeowners helped, no tile was set until they approved the layout. Saw cut every piece to avoid a fracture with a cutter. Would have sucked to hunt down a matching piece if I damaged one.

Faucet wall I had to cut the exposed and wall ends so it did not affect the center pattern. I left the exposed end slightly proud and honed it in the the wall edge with diamond tile blocks/sponges. They did not want any trim at the exposed edge.

I don't have a picture of the large wall laid out on the floor, just the stacks in order of install.

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Thanks for the recommendation on the protection plates. They did the trick, not scratching at all.

Ran out of red clips towards the end of the set, ended up using whites and spacers for the last few tiles.

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Tell these customers to take a hike! What do they think they are... family?
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Tell these customers to take a hike! What do they think they are... family?
They don't think, they know.

Thanks for letting them charge their paint to your account at Guiry's today

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