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protecting that wooden floor

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by Nic Rhodes, Jul 11, 2003.

  1. Nic Rhodes

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    I have a new floor (oak) and loads of spikes, can anyone recomment a good source of 'protectors' for my new floor agains these nasty spikes please?
     
  2. magking

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    I Use these.
    Don't know how easy it is to get these in the UK, but I can certanly recommend them.:smashin:

    Hans
     
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    Not needed.

    Go to the CPC website, they have these machined brass speaker isolators that come with indented brass cups to protect the surface they are placed on.

    just discard the isolators. (they are only a few quid.)
     
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    How about unibond/varnishing some 2p coins and using them? - the unibond is to stop any reaction with the floor.

    Cheers

    Rob
     
  5. Sunil

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    I use 10p coins, and they seem fine too. :)
     
  6. bob1

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    SNOB!



    Sorry about that i've add a bit to drimk.....:D
     
  7. Sunil

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    At least I'm not using £1 coins!
     
  8. Nic Rhodes

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    I have a bag of 1ps and 2ps, will they do?, times are hard you see :) new barn, twins.....;)
     
  9. bob1

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    No i think you need just one under each spike not a bag full.

    still sorry still pisk!:eek: :p
     
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