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Old 04-03-2016, 08:47 AM   #41
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Old 04-03-2016, 08:00 PM   #42
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what did you clean the trailer walls with - this installation is my first project this spring. The you tube installation video recommends TPS.
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Old 04-03-2016, 09:14 PM   #43
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I just wiped it down with a damp cloth. This TT is still clean as new so tsp was not needed. I had no problem with tiles sticking . I wanted to finish this before we used it.
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This looked so good I had to make the mod. Thanks for the great idea, now the bathroom backsplash
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Backsplash

16XRB - Smart Tiles from Home Depot

We did the kitchen and had enough left over for the bathroom and outside stove backsplash.

One of the greatest inventions ever!!!
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We just finished a backsplash as well. Our need is basically because we cook a lot of bacon and always have some spattering. That's why I went with a metal tile. We ended up using the Aspect 2" x 2" in champaigne, matte finish. They came in 4" x 12" sections, and were pre-stick. I only had to cut 1 piece, and a utility knife worked well. The matching moldings were easily cut with a hacksaw.
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We just finished a backsplash as well. Our need is basically because we cook a lot of bacon and always have some spattering. That's why I went with a metal tile. We ended up using the Aspect 2" x 2" in champaigne, matte finish. They came in 4" x 12" sections, and were pre-stick. I only had to cut 1 piece, and a utility knife worked well. The matching moldings were easily cut with a hacksaw.
A better way to cook bacon, rather than on the stove top or MW, is to bake it. It''s how most good restaurants will cook theirs. Much less mess, doesn't curl up and easier to cook to your exact preferences. I just line a baking sheet with tin foil, lay the bacon out, cook at about 350 - 375 for about 10 minutes. I then allow the tin foil to cool, then it's easy to throw the foil out with all the bacon grease.. No mess in the oven and no mess with splattering. JMHO.
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A better way to cook bacon, rather than on the stove top or MW, is to bake it. It''s how most good restaurants will cook theirs. Much less mess, doesn't curl up and easier to cook to your exact preferences. I just line a baking sheet with tin foil, lay the bacon out, cook at about 350 - 375 for about 10 minutes. I then allow the tin foil to cool, then it's easy to throw the foil out with all the bacon grease.. No mess in the oven and no mess with splattering. JMHO.
Our cooking at camp consists of a 2-burner stove and a campfire. Haven't moved up to a trailer big enough to have an oven too...
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