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Postby nightmare floors! » Sat Dec 13, 2008 3:06 pm

We laid ceramic tiles in our new house 7 years ago, but this winter the kitchen tiles started flying around (we relaid all our spares) and now the lounge tiles are doing the same thing. We live in a country with a hot summer and cold winter climate - could this possibly have anything to do with it? None of our neighbours seem to have the same problems. Also, what do we do with our old tiles to get the adhesive off (it's not likely we'll find the same tiles to patch our lounge.....). Thanks for your helpl!!!
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Postby the specialist » Fri Jan 09, 2009 4:35 pm


What kind of floor is below the tiles?

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