Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 9
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HomeDIY Good Product
I found these pads easy to apply and very adhesive. They've been on only two weeks but I had to remove some to change the color and they were very difficult to get off. Very well attached. I did use the "clean with alcohol first" approach which someone recommended so maybe that helps. As for those people who had difficulty separating the pads or removing the backing, it wasn't a problem for me. Maybe they should hire a contractor to attach their felt pads. Or spend their time thinking about what they are doing instead of trashing a good product online.
June 20, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by SG Waste of time and money, this is non stickable, just look for any other brand other than Everbilt
when i was looking for this felts, i had read the reviews and was expecting to get some cheap stuff but not that cheap, it hold on the chair for one day then all start to came off, i have used many of these in the past and changing it on my chairs each year for more than 12 years, now this is something i never came across, something that is only good on the store shelf but not practical at all, Was a waste of my time had to pick it up in store and a waste of my money, just look for any other brand other than Everbilt
May 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by editorasaurus Terrible terrible product
I bought several of these before my move from an apartment to a house so that the furniture feet would not scratch up the floors. This brand, EVERBILT, is absolutely terrible. First, the backing is impossible to remove, even with nails. Even with a cool, calm approach, these will frustrate you. Second, the pads are stuck together and trying to pull them apart from one another is a nightmare. Why does it have to be so difficult? When you do manage to pull them apart, the edges are all frayed and doesn't achieve that seamless look when you place it under furniture feet.
November 26, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DIYer Bad product
These do not stay on. The adhesive is horrible. They end up flipping off and sticking to the sides of the bottom of the chair - but they will not stay in place on the bottom of the chair! The adhesive residue gets on the hardwood floors and leaves a mess. The only way to remove the adhesive, without ruining the floors, is to use an eraser and lots of elbow grease.
November 23, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by cwinter Don't stay on
Put a bunch of these on a sofa, some chairs, and a couple of tables. Within a couple of weeks, about 75% of them have partially or completely come off. A few left sticky black gunk on our floor that is an absolute pain to remove.
July 10, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Moose Sticky Mess
I bought these pads about nine months ago and they have been a nightmare. First of all, they don't stay on well. They tend to slip to the side or come off completely. I replaced the ones on my chair legs almost immediately with the nail on kind. Secondly, we put some of the larger ones under our table legs. I don't know if it was the weight of the table or what, but the adhesive oozed out gluing the table to the floor. I now have several large, sticky rings on my floor that I am trying to figure out how to remove with out damaging the wood floor. Finally, I am now replacing the ones on my barstools, but after peeling them off, I am faced with another sticky mess on the legs that I need to figure out how to deal with as well. Stay away!
July 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Omar Great product
I bought two packs of these felt pads. Very easy to put on. Not sure what other reviewer was doing. Plastic peels right off and sticks pretty good on chair legs. Ive been using over a month now and they glide on my laminate floor very easy. Ive purchased felt pads from other stores and usually in 2-3 weeks they would be falling off . Great product.
May 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BobIL Good Pads
The last person reviewed this pad and said it was impossible to remove the backing so you could stick them on. That's funny - I had absolutely no problem removing the backing.
all you need are finger nails.
April 5, 2014