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Old 04-13-2014, 08:59 PM   #16
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It's a little odd running carpet in the kitchen, but I don't see any issue sticking a fridge directly on the carpet. It's perfectly safe. I suppose it's possible to someday give you a bit of grief when the defrost line plugs up, or when you spill a jug of milk....

I'd at least invest in a carpet cleaner machine.... because you will need one.

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Bob, back in the 70's they did carpet in the Kitchen & Dining areas in homes. I remember two of our homes having it in there. One was in Ohio. The other here in Springfield, IL.
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Bob, back in the 70's they did carpet in the Kitchen & Dining areas in homes..
Wow. Didn't know that. They must smell pretty bad after 5 years of kids spilling milk all over them!

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