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kim00
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Oh thanks will just have to save up first. Will just have to put up with what we have for a while longer.

kim00
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Thanks but no wouldn't use the vinyl planks was looking for only a tempory measure & a cheap way out. Thought tile paint would be the go. But will jus ...

kim00
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thanks everyone for your advice. think I better save up to replace the tiles.

kim00
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We are always trying to do things on a budget, sometimes it works, sometimes it goes over. But we love to do things to the house & as you all know it ...

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MitchellM
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Hi Kim00,Just to reassure you that you are making the right decision, no the tile paint will not hold up under trafficked loads. You will find it will ...

2Belindas
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Agree with @ProjectPete Perhaps pick a different type of finish. Every time I've ever seen floor tiles painted, they have scuffed fairly quickly. Its ...

MartyH
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Pull up the tiles and replace them. Even if you aren't confident enough to do it yourself and pay for a tiler it's worth the expense @kim00. You can g ...

ProjectPete
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I haven't painted floor tiles before so can't say for sure but I imagine the paint isn't going to hold up over time. I suggest looking at an epoxy coa ...

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kim00
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thanks everyone for your advice. think I better save up to replace the tiles.

kim00
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We are always trying to do things on a budget, sometimes it works, sometimes it goes over. But we love to do things to the house & as you all know it ...

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