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06-17-2009 11:17 AM
Avaire Archive Author: Jonathan
Date: 5/18/2008 5:51 pm EDT
For a small area (like around a single tile), a utility knife will take some effort but will work OK. The plastic tabs are tough and won't be ruined with a few scratches.

For a larger area, you might want to consider getting a dremel-type rotary tool with a 1/8th inch cutting bit.

Both the utility knife and the dremel tool can cut the tabs, but you'll generall know when your hitting the plastic, so just ease-up at that point.

If you have more specific technical questions, please don't hesitate to call and someone at Avaire can assist you. 402-505-7627 weekdays 8-5 central time. Or you can try "Super Joe" at 402-709-8432 anytime between 8 AM and 9 PM central time 7 days a week - that's Joe's cell phone so please don't call him in the middle of the night.....
06-17-2009 11:16 AM
Avaire Archive Author: Madonna
Date: 5/17/2008 9:01 pm EDT
What is the best way to cut the grout from around the tile? I need to do this and I am afraid of damaging the tabs.
06-17-2009 11:16 AM
Avaire Archive Author: Jonathan
Date: 3/9/2008 10:35 am EDT
There is a straight forward method for replacing a broken tile.

First, cut out the grout from around the broken tile. Next, cut the interlocking teeth on three sides. Then lift out the broken tile. Next, apply a general purpose construction adhesive on the floor. Snap the replacement tile into the 4th side. Last, re-grout the area.
06-17-2009 11:15 AM
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Author: Paula
Date: 3/8/2008 6:56 pm EDT
If a avaire in the middle of the floor is cracked, how is this repaired?

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