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  1. bishy57

    bishy57 Read Only Funster

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    Hi we are new to this forum and new to having a Motorhome, We have just bought a 29 year old Bedford CF250 that needs some work doing on it .We would like to know where we can buy replacement wall tiles for our kitchen area (plastic) if possible!
     
  2. Johns_Cross_Motorhomes

    Johns_Cross_Motorhomes Trader - Motorhome & Accessory Sales

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    Hi and welcome to Fun, best place for tiles is a DIY shed but dont put plastic tiles near a heat source, they will melt and catch fire.

    Peter
     
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    What about vinyl tiles? that is what is there at the moment! also at the sink area there are tatty old polycarbonate tiles, we would ideally like the same all round as nothing matches at the moment!
     
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    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    welcome to the FUN bishy57


    click this link for plastic tiles.

    HERE

    they are available at 'wilkinsons' and 'fads' amongst others.:thumb:
     
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    hi and welcome i am sure one of the self builders will be along to offer advice soon enough ,good luck:thumb:
     
  6. JJ

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    Hi there and welcome to the Fun.

    I used the tiles Pappajohn gave the link for. A touch pricey but light weight and warm to the touch (they are in my shower/toilet room. They have lasted seven years (apart from some of the grout coming out...probably operator error.)

    JJ
     
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    Hi Bishy
    just so happens we have a 84 ish CF high top camper in our compound that in a month or so will be going to the crusher (no tax ,insurance or mot etc) ,not looked too close at it but its all in one piece.

    There may be some bits you need let me know ,other than that it goes to a good old scrap yard were you take your tools and remove the bits you want

    Ian
     
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    Hi Bishy57 welcome to m/h forum,
    looks like you will be busey for a while,
    good luck with your new project. Tony
     
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    Hi Bishy57 welcome :thumb: you can always use normal ceramic tiles.The plastic ones are used to save weight,but that is a whole different story :Rofl1::thumb:
    terry
     
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