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 Posted: Sat Sep 25th, 2010 04:11 pm
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If you need to move or rearrange a washer/dryer to get to the other washer /dryer and floor glides will not work and you do not have  an Air Sled............I spray Windex on the floor where the feet of the appliance will be sliding............When done you wipe the floor  ( but  " I don't do windows " ).................

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yep, I have done this trick on numerous occasions...especially with front loaders..works lika charm.



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That sounds like a tip from the movie "My Big Fat Greek Wedding."LOL



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certified tech group 51 wrote: If you need to move or rearrange a washer/dryer to get to the other washer /dryer and floor glides will not work and you do not have  an Air Sled............I spray Windex on the floor where the feet of the appliance will be sliding............When done you wipe the floor  ( but  " I don't do windows " ).................

Were can I purchase, or make floor glides?

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RepairClinic part #12914



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These are some of the 'movers' I have stashed in the service van....

 

There is not much room......

 

Other movers

 

........plus more

 

.......and

...I

found a full sheet of UHMW.24 in. X 48in. for dishwashers but the van is FULL...........

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for lighter appliances on hardwood i have a crazy carpet, its thin and easy to slide under dishwashers with tight clearance

and was easy to cut down to a perfect 24" wide



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