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Looking for mid to dark grey flagstones- any recommends?

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Cathpot Sat 24-Mar-18 07:57:19

Ok , thanks I’ll have a proper look at those

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trixymalixy Sat 24-Mar-18 00:29:08

They were all the same size and we sealed them after they were laid. They didn’t need scrubbing that often maybe once a year so were not really that bad on the cleaning front. I loved them and would definitely get them again.

Cathpot Fri 23-Mar-18 18:06:13

That’s exactly the sort of thing- did you get them in different sizes? Were yours sealed? I was hoping grey would be more user friendly on the cleaning front ...

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trixymalixy Fri 23-Mar-18 16:46:03

We had these in the hall of our old house. We had underfloor heating under them. I was very pleased with them apart from the fact that every so often you had to get on your hands and knees to scrub them.

Cathpot Fri 23-Mar-18 16:39:44

Big refurbishment starting this summer and I feel underprepared. I’d like to source the flooring in new kitchen diner as then I think other choices like worktops will be narrowed down and easier to deal with. House is about 100 years old, straightforward granite farmhouse. Would like to put flagstones down but underfloor heating is going in so we can’t do salvage flags as makes levelling so tricky. Anyone had any joy with these tumbled edge type flags that look older but are actually modern? Would want a mid to dark grey as that’s what is outside. Don’t live near a big city so our showrooms are limited and I will probably be buying on line. Any tips on good suppliers would be welcome

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