Lightweight Reduced Non Slip Furniture Rubber Pads by DigHealth, Large Pack of 186 PCs and Assorted Sizes, Heavy Duty Adhesive-Best Chair Leg Covers and Tiled, Laminate, Hardwood Flooring Protectors

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For Use On: table and chair legs, desks, file cabinets, any furniture item. Lamps, accessories. Protect furnishings and floor surfaces with the DigHealth Furniture Pads. They are easy to apply and ideal for use on items such as tables, chairs, desks, cedar chests, curio cabinets and grandfather clocks. Peel and stick back adheres to most surface. Simply place them underneath the legs or feet of tables, chairs, stools and more. It will prevent the furniture from scratching or scuffing floors when moved. It is also ideal for small kitchen appliances, electronics, lamps and more. For Floor Type: hard surface floors including Ceramic, Wood and VCT. Residential & Commercial applications.These pads are soft, which provides a protective layer between the legs and hardwood, linoleum or other smooth floor surfaces. They also allow for smoother gliding so you can move your couch around without the need to pick it up. You get multiple pads in each pack so you can cover many of the pieces in a room. Peel the paper off the adhesive back of the furniture pad and press it firmly onto the bottom of the piece of furniture and hold for around 10 seconds to create a tight seal. Or, lightly tap the pad onto the leg with a hammer if you are using a tap-in furniture pad. Repeat these steps for each piece of furniture. Check the Furniture pads every few months to ensure they are still tightly adhered to the furniture bottom. Replace the pads as needed when they wear down or fall off completely. Choose tap-in furniture pads instead of self-adhesive versions for longer protection, as they tend to stay put longer than the styick-on variety.

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