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Everbilt 1 in. Beige Heavy-Duty Self-Adhesive Felt Pads (96-Pack)


1 in. Beige Heavy-Duty Self-Adhesive Felt Pads (96-Pack)

$8.98 /each

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To help protect your floors from dents and scratches try the 1 in. Heavy-Duty Self-Adhesive Felt Pads (96-Piece). Value Pack. These felt pads is designed to easily adhere to the bottom of furniture and allow for smooth movement across your floors.

  • Adheres to wooden legs of chairs, tables and other furniture to diminish friction and noise
  • Felt glides easily across floors to protect them from dents and scratches
  • Ideal for wood tile and linoleum floors, hardwood, laminate, ceramic tile, terrazzo, linoleum, vinyl and marble floor surfaces
  • For installation it is recommended to prepare surface by cleaning and lightly sanding to ensure better adhesion of the pads
  • Simple peel and stick application
  • Contains 96 pieces of round, self-adhesive, felt pads




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would these self-adhesive stick to the bottom of a plastic chair leg?

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Howdy star,
These pads will stick to plastic that is clean and clear of debris.
happy padding,
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Rated 2.2 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good bulk purchase Good purchase, good for protecting my hardwood floor. Cheap and easy fix for scrapes in flooring finish. September 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Adhesive is worthless. Do not use for chairs that need to slide! We purchased these Everbilt pads as replacement furniture pads to protect our hardwood floors. The previous pads we bought from Home Depot were manufactured under another name and they lasted about a year before they became too soiled and would not slide anymore. They were a good product. My wife installed new pads on our breakfast table chairs and they came unglued and fell off in about a week. I thought they came of because she did not clean the surfaces carefully so I removed the pads, thoroughly cleaned the chair feet first with mineral spirits to dissolve old adhesive and then with mild detergent to remove the mineral spirits. After the feet dried thoroughly I installed new pads. In less than a week they started coming off again! I wish I could get my money back and also the time I wasted! September 24, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good solution These pads do what I needed them to, which is to put on the bottom of furniture so as to not scrape the furniture on tile flooring. The one thing I do notice is that after time passes, if there the pads do wear thin if moved on a regular basis. But, thats why i bought a 96-pack. Otherwise, they do what i needed them to do and was a decent value. February 18, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by wears quick and glue gets stuck to floor I keep having to change these on my chairs. They get compressed and the adhesive ends up on the floor. Not fun. Replaced with nail on's from another brand for the chairs I could. Looking for some better quality adhesive felt pads.. March 1, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by the adhesive gets stuck to the tape I had problems with these felt pads. When trying to pull off the tape to expose the adhesive, the adhesive would come off with the tape. I tried to pull the tape off very slowly, but still had the same problem. Very frustrating. August 2, 2013
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