A: I purchased these for use on our dining chairs to protect our hardwood floors. I find that they tend to come off when we move them on carpet. Perhaps if you glued them on more securely that would help keep them on. However, for a heavy console table, if you are looking for something to allow you to slide it out on carpet, you need larger diameter sliders to distribute the weight.
A: These Teflon based sliders are, in my opinion, designed for hard surface floors. I have no experience with use of these sliders on carpeted floors but given a medium pile carpet I suspect that they should work. If the slider doesn't form a tight fit on the leg of the table that could be a problem i.e., they may come off when moving table. I suppose they could also be secured to the feet of the table with double-sided tape or similar.
A: It should work. If you are not moving the table everyday there should not be an issue.
A: I would suppose so. I use them on porcelain tile in our kitchen.
A: Not this size, but we use 3 inch sliders under recliners and they slide real easy.
A: Yes they do.
A: I would imagine they would, If the Carpet is a flat tight weave . I used them on a hard surface flooring. Work great.
A: I have never used these sliders on carpet but I can see no reason why they wouldn't work on a tightly woven carpet. If the carpet was deeper pile or similar then they might come off the chair legs when the chair was moved especially when someone was sitting on the chair.
A: Yes.....not so well on a piled carpet though.
A: Wrong size.
A: It will fit. The black rubber cup easily stretches to at least 1-1/4". Officially it's for 1-1/8" to 1-1/4" but in reality, it would probably work fine for about 1" - 1-3/8" diameter legs.
A: My wood chair leg bottom is 1-1/4" diameter, too, but not perfectly round. These sliders fit but it took some effort to get them on. You have to work at it, stretch and maneuver and they will get on. I'm not sure if it was the size or the slightly irregular shape of my chair leg that required this effort (probably the latter). But once on, they are great. The chairs slide effortlessly on my wood floors with no noise and no floor damage.
A: Did you bother to read the review? As I said, the opening wasn't more than 3/4". It won't fit on anything over that size.
A: It should fit. If it is a metal leg, the rubber should fit very tight.
A: This will fit furniture feet from 1-1/8 to 1-1/4 inch in diameter.
A: It will fit. Fits up to...1 1/4"
A: The leg should not be any larger than 1-1/4 in. Or they will not fit. Nor should it be smaller than 1-1/8 or they will fall off.
A: Yes, it will fit. Just stretch the rubber with your finger as you’re putting one. I generally do this as i’m turning the slider onto the chair’s leg.
A: Outside dimensions on the slider is 1 1\4. Inside dimensions set probably 1 1\8. You will probably need one 1 3\8 or more.
A: It will not fit it can be no more than 1-1/8
A: They just fit over the legs, there is no height adjustment on them.
A: These sliders can be used on adjustable table legs.
A: I don’t see a question
A: Not sure what you're asking. These are not adjustable sliders. My dining chairs have adjustable metal pieces below the legs to even out balance in case the floors are not level. The magic sliders fit perfectly around each leveling piece (like Tupperware covers), and now the chairs slide quietly. These sliders do not use sticky tape--which doesn't work well--neither does it have a nail in the middle that needs to be pounded onto the bottom of wooden chair legs. Best use: covering round metal pieces that sit on bare floors.
A: Great protest my title floor no noise
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