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Thread: Mosiac Tile for Raised Spa and waterline

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    Mosiac Tile for Raised Spa and waterline

    Thinking about using either the square or rectangular pattern for a raised spa... Any ideas or comments???
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    Jan 2010
    San Dimas, CA (LA County)

    Re: Mosiac Tile for Raised Spa and waterline

    The smaller the tiles, the closer they will fit the curvature.
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    Re: Mosiac Tile for Raised Spa and waterline

    I like them both, it depends on the look you are going for. But if the rectangular ones are longer, the previous poster is right. If it's a long tile it might be better for a backsplash in the kitchen.
    45'6" x 19' x 26' gunite pool, 43,000 gallons! 3/25/2013 renovation: Arizona Buckskin flagstone coping, NPT Verona Borba Turquoise tile & deco tile, Jules Bright Blue glass trim tile, Altima Premium Plaster in Teal, Pentair Whisperflow 2.0hp Filter Pump, Pentair 60 sq ft DE Filter with Multiport Valve. Polaris automatic cleaner.

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