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Old 02-10-2014, 03:37 PM  
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That stuff is really slick. I just hope the homeowner's wife doesn't go into that room with a vacuum. That would be a mess!
Nice picture of you Havasu.


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Nice picture of you Havasu.
Yep, he's a real photergelic fella...


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Would have left the old one down and tiled over it. If you had divots, I would have filled them. Now you have to worry about an uneven surface as you rip off the old stuff ... leaving bits a pieces still stuck here and there.

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Would have left the old one down and tiled over it. If you had divots, I would have filled them. Now you have to worry about an uneven surface as you rip off the old stuff ... leaving bits a pieces still stuck here and there.

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I think the tile were aready gone.
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