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That is correct. They design the rollers on slideouts so they are rolling on soft material as they don't damaged the flooring and they are quiet. That vinyl will be messed up quickly in most cases and they would have to be so careful not to allow any grit or dirt on there as it will catch under the roller and scratch the flooring. Not a good idea. In my shop I try to discourage that sort of installation. Hope that gives you some direction here. Please get back to me if you need more as all followups are included in our fee.
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Use a hard vinyl and tell them they have to be sure and keep the floor spotless and not dirt or grit or it will mark it up. Hard to change the design of the slide. Maybe use a piece of carpet on there face down to help support it when they move the room.