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Old 07-28-2008, 06:40 AM   #1
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Nearing the end point of finishing the basement. A pool table already sits on the concrete floor but I am in the process of putting down the engineered hardwood floating floor(glue together). I need to do half of the floor, then move the pool table onto the new floating floor, then complete the other half. How long should I wait after doing the first half before I transfer the pool table?

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How long does the manufacture say you can walk on it when finished???
is it a slate table??

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How long does the manufacture say you can walk on it when finished???
is it a slate table??
They dont

I got the floor direct from the China factory and the guy that sold it to me didnt give me any instructions. He is a distributor but has never sold this product. It was for a model floor that never was installed.

Yes, it is 1 inch slate.

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I would glue the floor up to the pool table and wait the 24hrs. and then move the table on the new floor and finish with the flooring. just put some plywood pads under the legs so to spread the weight. BOB
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I would glue the floor up to the pool table and wait the 24hrs. and then move the table on the new floor and finish with the flooring. just put some plywood pads under the legs so to spread the weight. BOB
Sounds good. I will do some cardboad and then plywood.

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