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What would you do in this situation?

Posted by threeapples (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 5, 12 at 21:11

the niche in my kids' bathroom shower is tiled with a glass tile. it looks really great. one of the tiles has a chipped corner. should i see if the tile guy can replace that one or just leave it alone and let him grout it? thanks.


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RE: What would you do in this situation?

I would probably see if he could change it out if you have the extra tile.


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RE: What would you do in this situation?

If he hasn't grouted yet, I would ask him to replace it.


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RE: What would you do in this situation?

As others said, if it hasn't been grouted yet and there is an extra piece of tile, it doesn't hurt to ask if the tile guy can replace it. I personally don't think it's the end of the world to have a chipped corner, since few (besides yourself) will notice. However, since it's your home and you've noticed it, I see no reason not to try to have the chipped tile replaced.


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RE: What would you do in this situation?

This happened in ours. The chipped one is somewhere under the left sconce cutout (if you blow the pix up you could probably see it). I noticed it right away. But it's a kids bath so I didn't say anything. I feel he would have done perhaps some damage to others if he tried to take it out.


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