Re: Cork Flooring protection
Or perhaps that's why you don't see many cork kitchen floors. Just because something can be done does not in itself make it a good idea :eek: If the fridge has wide wheels that may not be a problem; they used to sell special 'dollies' for this so I guess they still do, but using them raises the fridge so you may hit the upper cabinets now, rendering this idea useless. As to the finish raising the edges, if all was done as per the flooring manufacturer's instructions to the letter, it's their problem. If not, someone did something wrong. If the manufacturer couldn't get it right the first time, chances are the second time won't be any better and you're out the labor costs regardless, so if you're determined to go ahead then hire an experienced contractor to do this floor completely, and get a full guarantee- materials, labor, everything- in their warranty. Then hope for the best.