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A relatively easy do-it-yourself project, installing Designer Series Peel and Stick Mosaics adds pizzazz to your RV’s kitchen and living area, and at the same time makes cleanup a little easier, all without adding much weight or taking up space.
Sheets of paper were used to etch around the curved corners of the window frame with a razor knife to get a pattern. The pattern was then transferred onto the back of the affected tiles, which were cut to fit snugly around the window.
A thin bead of silicone or acrylic caulking goes on rough but smooths out with a caulking tool or a pinkie finger for a nice finishing touch where the tiles butt together in corners.


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