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Well due to Caroles arferitis decided to get the bath removed and a full length shower installed, being of stingy norfolk blood didnt fancy replacing all tiles above original bath line with new ones.  So ordered replacements  in a contrasting colour, so far so good. Fitter arrives ah new tiles are metric, old tiles are imperial, so grout lines wont line-up.

So got some nice mosaic border tiles to blend in the old with the new so far looks ok, so many grout lines on border tiles hopefully no one will notice

nothing is ever easy


Ray & Carole


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The time lag tells you I have given this a lot of thought-the solution is easy:

1) Remove the original tiles

2) Trim them as per Griffs suggestion

3) Stick the trimmings on to the new tiles, which will now be larger than the originals.

4) Now you trim the new tiles..........................

My DIY book will be available very soon


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