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Old 11-12-2019, 10:23 AM   #1
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I am getting ready to paint my living room that has a half vaulted ceiling in it. I purchased a baker style indoor scaffolding to make it easier. (Metaltech Multipurpose Maxi Square Baker-Style Scaffold Tower Package — 12ft., 820-Lb. Capacity, Model# I-TCISC)

I will be laying Ram Board down to protect the floors. Will this be all I will need to protect the wood floors from getting any marks from rolling the scaffold around on them. I would hate to take the ram board up and see little indentations the wheels would make? The wheels are a hard rubber.

I was wondering if I need something else or should I be good?
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Old 11-12-2019, 11:11 AM   #2
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Masonite wouldn't hurt.
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Ram board is fine. Just check the floor to make sure you’re not wheeling over foreign objects that may mark or scar the floor. I’ve only used homasote over tile floors where there is a risk of cracking a tile; wood floors, not a worry to me at least.
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I am getting ready to paint my living room that has a half vaulted ceiling in it. I purchased a baker style indoor scaffolding to make it easier. (Metaltech Multipurpose Maxi Square Baker-Style Scaffold Tower Package 12ft., 820-Lb. Capacity, Model# I-TCISC)

I will be laying Ram Board down to protect the floors. Will this be all I will need to protect the wood floors from getting any marks from rolling the scaffold around on them. I would hate to take the ram board up and see little indentations the wheels would make? The wheels are a hard rubber.

I was wondering if I need something else or should I be good?
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Well the HO got his answer lol.
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