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Old 08-22-2019, 02:56 PM   #1
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Anyone Know What Kind Of Tile This Is?


Hello, I am doing some work for a house.

I was wondering if anyone knew what kind of tile this is, and where I can find it? Just a name would be good.

I went to the local hardware stores, and they don't have this kind of product. Hard time to find it online, when I don't know what it is.

It is Vinyl Tiling.

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Not following... are you saying you can't find vynil tile or that pattern?
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Not following... are you saying you can't find vynil tile or that pattern?
The pattern.
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The pattern.
That's going to be hard to find unless someone recognizes it among the multitude out there among the multitude of manufacturers...

You're going to want to either focus on flooring stores who offer vinyl tile, or look up vinyl flooring manufacturers and contact their customer service department...

You can also try and look on the back of one of the current ones for printed info...
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I haven't seen tile like that in any house I've ever worked on. That **** is hideous. Are you replacing with new? Or trying to repair/patch?
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I haven't seen tile like that in any house I've ever worked on. That **** is hideous. Are you replacing with new? Or trying to repair/patch?
A repair/patch because there were a few broken ones.
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A repair/patch because there were a few broken ones.
One option is to purposely remove both the broken ones, and some other non-broken ones in and replace with a complimentary tile, so they look like purposeful accent tiles.

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