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Old 07-29-2017, 08:30 AM   #1
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Galley refit

Thought you may enjoy some of the galley refit already completed.
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Looks great! Is that the 'peel and stick' tile that comes in 12'x12' sheets? Looks like the tile backsplashes that I put in all of my rental apartments
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Looks great! Is that the 'peel and stick' tile that comes in 12'x12' sheets? Looks like the tile backsplashes that I put in all of my rental apartments
Yes it is. I'm not dealing with cracking grout!
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Donna,

Are the sheets a square 12x12 or do they interlock with each other? Would they stilk to a panel that isn't flat but has some warp to it? My backsplash currently has formica on it and it has a bit of warp to conform to the hull side and I was wondering if the tile you used would be flexible enough to curve a bit. Where did you get it?
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Very nice Donna!
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Looks good!
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I have been looking at back splashes for my boat and my kitchen. /they have these panels at Lowes and Home Depot, in various colors.
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Great looking work. Well done.
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Are the sheets a square 12x12 or do they interlock with each other? Would they stilk to a panel that isn't flat but has some warp to it? My backsplash currently has formica on it and it has a bit of warp to conform to the hull side and I was wondering if the tile you used would be flexible enough to curve a bit. Where did you get it?
Yes they interlock and I also used it over formica. It has been holding up beautifully! You can find it at Lowes/ Home Depot. All different patterns and colors. Most likely will need to be ordered. It's called Smart Tiles.
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This is our gallery refit. Removed the rotten wood and replaced with Starboard. My father-in-law had a walnut plank he let me have.Click image for larger version

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Donna, that looks great. We put those tiles up in a bathroom at home. One area where it wrapped around the end of a stub wall (made of 2x4s) came unglued but a spray with a strong adhesive got them back where they should be.
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Me hats of to you Donna for a job well done. Looks great!





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