I bought the house a couple of years ago and there are no spare tiles.
Funny, but my real estate agent made me throw out the old paint
buckets stored under my house, because she claimed that the new buyer
might reject the buy if "he finds garbage under the house" during the
walk through before signing on the dotted lines.
I left them there in case the buyer wanted to do touch up work.
I guess the real estate agent has her contractor friend to whom she
gives a lot of work
BTW, Years ago, I had a door I was trying to find a sliding bracket
for a sliding glass door made by Adore Corp in La Jolla, CA in 1954.
The hardware store had connections to a place in Hagerstown, MD which
stocked all sorts of stuff, for $25 for them, and $25 for the hardware
There was one piece that they could not find in the catelog, so they
asked if they could send it to the merchant. They lost my piece. I
asked for it back, but they told me that I told them to throw it out.
I wanted to punch the guy in the face so bad!!