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Old 07-21-2010, 10:38 AM   #1
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Cast Iron Radiators and Laminate, Help!


Hey Guys, new here and could use some help.

I'm installing some laminate in my apt and I have 4 cast iron radiators to work around, I know I have to cut around the pipes and fortunately, 3 of them float above the floor about 1.5 inches, so I can just slide the laminate underneath.

the problem is with the fourth one, it's a beast, I can lift it up a LITTLE but if I can't get the laminate under, whats the best way to handle this issue.

If I cut around the four legs, do I have to cut a few small pieces of laminate and fit them all together with wood glue?

any help or idea would be great as I'm working this tonight

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