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Mobile home woodstove hearth details

how to lay a tile floor without grout


First we secured down a piece of plywood with screws, and then liquid nailed the concrete board to the plywood.

Twelve tiles took us about a half hour to glue in place.

Now we wait for it to dry.



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And the best part is that it cost us under $40, which is about a tenth of what the wood stove store wanted to charge us for their hearth board....
Comment by anna Tue Nov 23 17:10:57 2010





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