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Re: Spring- Yeah!

In a message dated 2/26/06 12:13:52 PM, gossiper@sbcglobal.net writes:

> there is a difference in porcelain and ceramic tiles.

Donna, I don't recall hearing the term 'porcelain tile' before.   I love the 
tile in my garden room due to all the plants I have and it cleans up so well. 
If one falls over you know it shatters.   The real plus is the passive solar 
asset which heats our house on sunny days and we do seem to have lots of sun 
even on the coldest of days.

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