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Everbilt Movealls and Protect Alls
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Everbilt

Movealls and Protect Alls

$8.98 /each

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Move your furniture and household appliances with ease with the Everbilt Movealls and Protect Alls Discs and Socks. The Everbilt Moveall Discs and Protect All Socks move Living Room Furniture, Ready-to-assemble furniture, Entertainment bookcases, Household appliances and much more. Great for household and commercial uses.

  • Move up to 1,000 lbs.
  • For use on wood, tile, carpet and linoleum
  • Movealls are great for contractors, homeowners, painters, housekeepers and flooring installers
  • Caution: if used on solid surface floors, you must use the protect all on the moveall disc and the surface must be clean and free of debris to prevent damage to the surface of the floor

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How many "socks" come in a package?

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June 21, 2015
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Four. One "sock" for each moveall.
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Four. Socks difficult to get on, then pop off before you finish moving the furniture.
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There are 4 coasters and 4 socks.
Beware some packages have 8 coasters and no socks as well as 4 coasters and no socks.
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the white plastic has rubbed into the flooring tile. how do i remove it

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Goof Off, 409, Simple Green, Baking Soda and Vinegar.
Use a sponge that has a mild rough surface so not to scratch instead of the more course sponge.
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Can I buy a package of just the socks?

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I have never seen just the socks in the stores.
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What type glue bonds with the rubber pad?

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I need to glue the rubber pad to plywood. What type glue should I use?
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Use E6000 Polypropylene from Eclectic Products.
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Movealls and Protect Alls is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I used the Moveall to move a refrigerator with 2 feet on a vinyl floor and 2 feet on a carpet. Th... I used the Moveall to move a refrigerator with 2 feet on a vinyl floor and 2 feet on a carpet. The problem I had with another brand is that two of the feet of the refrigerator would slide off it's "Moveall". Since many people had a difficult time getting the cover on, I tried a non-intuitive approach. I started by turning the cover inside out. Then I put the inside of the cover on the bottom of the Moveall and slowly turned the cover right side out until it covered most of the Moveall. I then had to work the cover around the Moveall until it slipped into the grow. To solve the second problem, of the refrigerator slipping of the Movealls, I purchased a set of "Shepherd 1-3/4" Brown Smooth Rubber Furniture Caps (4 per pack) $1.70. I placed the rubber furniture caps in the center of the Moveall's rubber surface. The extra friction between the rubber of the furniture caps and the rubber of the Movers keeps the refrigerator centered.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Whew! Things we put ourselves just to move furniture! I'm having new windows installed and need to move furniture away from windows. I thought the sock bits would be easy to insert. Wrong! Took me while awhile but refused to be defeated by these things. Once on, they did the trick...but all that energy wasted and now I'm in need of coffee. Never again.
Date published: 2016-08-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Movealls The cloth covering was slightly difficult to get placed over the discs but, once in place, did not slide off when I moved my furniture.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Feats of strength required Sorry folks--I never write reviews, but after struggling to get two 'socks' on, I have to warn--it is way too difficult to get covers on. In fact, my forearms are so fatigued, that I can barely use the keyboard to warn others. Get a product that has the carpeted side manufactured on and save yourself.
Date published: 2016-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These are fantastic!!!!! We have used numerous things over the years to move heavy furniture. Sliders work OK for most furniture but do tend to scratch the floor if furniture is very heavy. We needed to move a very heavy pool table (900 lbs.) and could not budge it. We bought some huge sliders and jacked the legs up enough to slide them under the legs. They flattened the sliders and pool table still did not budge! We purchased these from Home Depot as they were guaranteed to move 1000 lbs. and repeated the process. My husband and I (both in our 70's) were able to move the table across the room and reposition it several times. I thought I would be returning these for my money back but instead intend to go buy more to have on hand! They really do the job and the heavy cushions should protect wood floors as well, much better than the plastic sliders. Some commented they were no good and difficult to place the pad on. Don't know what they were trying to move or if they have children. This will easily move up to 1000 lbs. and you put the pads on just as you would put socks on children. Turn them over, inside out and they slip on easily. You then turn them up over the edges of the plastic disc. Great product!
Date published: 2015-09-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from A Real Pain Like all the others who gave this product a one-star, I encountered the same problem. The socks are designed to frustrate all but the most patient. I had to put socks on eight shoes and didn't think I'd make it. Why not have the socks pre mounted and have the customer remove the sock if they are using it on carpeted surfaces. I can tell you it would make a lot more sense. I didn't see any reviews where the customer complained about removing the socks.
Date published: 2016-07-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not good "Socks" kept coming off base so basically product works only half the time. The rest of the time you spend putting the socks back on. Also very hard to get on. Spent more energy and effort getting them on than moving the file cabinets themselves. Had to resort to tire inner tube installation method of using two screwdrivers to pry the sock on.
Date published: 2015-09-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worthless Used these movers to move my iron bed. Socks popped off after sliding bed just an inch or so. Am returning these for refund.
Date published: 2015-05-03
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