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    I once took a table apart that had two cushion bolts placed in blocks of wood all around the edge of the frame and the slates just rested on the cushi

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    Geoff,

    I have the thin white rods under my slates, think they are around 48" in length, 2 per slate.

    They are on all the tim

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    It is the long term use that effects slate beds , if too close to slate bed refit a little lower for peace of mind
    you drop not have to fry an

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    I have one of my pianos in the snooker room. I really need to keep an eye on both temperature and humidity.

    Fortunately I have a curatrix

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    I'm looking to invest in probably 2 oil heaters to go under the table, either side. I'm told electric heaters make the slates sweat by a few friends.

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    Plenty of brushing and ironing to wear the nap in and keep it flat for a fast cloth .
    back ground heat of a 60f set heater under the table on co

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