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LindaHartwig
04-01-05, 09:26 pm
I found a great ramp surface. Those cheap .15 to .20 each 4" white bathroom tile. The top is shiny and slippery but turn them over and they are a perfect nails shaping non slip surface and they are not too heavy so a Coroplast ramp works just fine under the tile. I just used double stick carpet tape to attach them. This way the back nails which grow faster get a good polish every time they go up or down.

Linda

Eventrocker33
04-01-05, 09:37 pm
Good idea!

Piglet
04-02-05, 04:51 am
I'm not too sure what you're talking about. Are these tiles made for the wall? lol

candi
04-02-05, 06:58 am
That's a good idea!! Got any pictures?

LindaHartwig
04-02-05, 11:18 am
http://www.cavycages.com/photos/showphoto.php?photo=2401&password=&sort=1&cat=500&page=1

http://www.cavycages.com/photos/showphoto.php?photo=2400&password=&sort=1&cat=500&page=1


I added a couple of photos in my Gallery. I'll attempt to put a link in here or a photo or both since it would be a first try for that.
Linda

Piglet
04-02-05, 06:02 pm
oh, THOSE! That's such a clever idea

o0Ms Jenny0o
04-03-05, 05:38 pm
Where do you find them?

LindaHartwig
04-03-05, 05:54 pm
I got them at Home depot but they would carry them at any store that carries tile.

ParanoidEv
04-05-05, 09:28 am
That is a great idea! I recently thought about a cat scratching-post, but I thought it would be too expensive to be pooped on. This is a great solution for a ramp!
And your cage looks great.