09:47AM | 09/27/04
Member Since: 09/26/04
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We're making some changes to our kitchen that require more of the flooring that we purchased from Formica three years ago. I've checked with Formica and the Canadian company that they shipped their remaining stock to (when they stopped making flooring)with no luck. I'm only looking for two or three of the 24x24 inch tiles. I'd greatly appreciate any help! Karen


12:29PM | 10/15/04
Member Since: 10/14/04
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I'm also looking for a small amount of formica flooring to finish a project. Could you possibly post the name and number of the Canadian company that they shipped their remaining stock to? I would like to see if they have the piece that I need. Thanks!


01:53PM | 07/10/07
Member Since: 07/09/07
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hello- i am i the same situation as yourself. i am trying to locate about 15 tiles of 8107 saltillo. I really must have at least (5 five) but (15 fifteen)would be ideal. I was hoping that you found some of these tiles and might be able to help me find some of them as well. My email is . Thank you for your help.

Troy Flippen


01:55PM | 07/10/07
Member Since: 07/09/07
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i contacted formica and was referred to King of floors @ 877-835-6670. Formica advised me that they bought all of the remaining tile stock. I contacted king of floors and they advised me that they sold it all. FYI. by the way -- im still looking:)


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