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Everbilt 3/8 in. Self-Adhesive Vinyl Surface Pads (16 per Pack)


3/8 in. Self-Adhesive Vinyl Surface Pads (16 per Pack)

$2.48 /each

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Product Overview

3/8 in. Self-Adhesive Round Vinyl Pads (16 per Pack) work well under home and office accessories, such as lamps, computer equipment and small appliances. Their self-adhesive bodies stick to hard surfaces in order to prevent scratching and sliding of furniture. They can also be used as bumpers to cushion closures.

  • For use under home and office accessories
  • Self-adhesive vinyl pads
  • Prevents scratching and sliding on hard surfaces
  • Can be used on all types of surfaces
  • Can also be used as bumpers to cushion closures
  • Great for kitchen cabinets and bath vanities
  • Reduces noise when closing doors and drawers
  • Easy to install
  • Cleaning surface before applying pads will ensure better adhesion




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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Protection These work great for protecting Cabinet doors and they prevent the door from slamming, it not only protects but quiets the contact too. March 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Simple solution I dislike the sound of wood banging against wood. I install these on all my cabinet doors and drawers. From bang to thump. Great solution. October 24, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Doesn't stick well So I bought these to put under my indoor wood rack to prevent it from scratching the hardwood floors. However, these little pads only seep to grip for a few seconds before coming off every time I test the rack to see if they work. My firewood rack has iron legs, so maybe that is the problem, but the description does say it sticks to all surfaces. I thoroughly cleaned the legs, let them dry, then put on the pads and applied a bunch of pressure for a few minutes. Despite doing all that, they would still slide off when I shifted the rack. I guess it's good to know that they have good traction against the hardwood floor, too bad they wont stick to what I want them to though! They might work great on other surfaces, but as for iron, nope. Best of luck everyone. May 7, 2015
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