Protecting new tile floor?

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Old 11-17-10, 09:23 PM
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Protecting new tile floor?

What do people recommend when moving a big and heavy new fridge across a 2 week old tile floor? What do people usually put down to cover it and prevent any scratching etc? Just curious what people do? Thanks.
 
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The fridge is on wheels, so I'd put down rather thick corrugated cardboard. I am assuming ceramic type tile rather than linoleum.
 
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Cardboard may help, but I keep a few sheets of masonite and rosin paper in the garage just for this purpose.
 
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The HO said it's a new tile floor, not sheet vinyl, so the fridge is likely in another room. The wheels only allow forward/backward rolling so a hand cart may be needed to go thru the doorway sideways. Masonite, 1/4 ply or even cardboard is a good idea. Be very careful when lowering the appliance that it doesn't slam down.

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