Silicone protectors preserve your hardwood floor from being scratched. They fit very snug and are made out of a rubbery material. They slide smoothly and quietly.
These fit our round leg chairs and our rectangular shaped chairs. The fit our dining chairs with square legs. This product does what it says and attaches very easily and firmly.
These beauties slip on like sox for your chairs to protect your lovely floors. They go on so easy and protect our new floor. Wanted something besides normal stick on felt pads to protect my floors.
This item is a game changer! These are really nice feeling and work great! These prorectors are a blessing.
The product fits as intended and worked well for about a week until they started to loosen. The only reason that i'm not requesting a refund is that it's a bit of a pain to go back and remove all 24 of these from our chairs.
The ones we received have cork. Same as on coasters. It's more like they're sticky with these cheap cork-like surface protectors.
They are wonderful and now i can easily slide my chair in without jerking my back. But i am glad not to have keep replacing the felt pad surfaced ones that wear out so quickly. They fit nicely on my chairs.
These seem to be more durable and therefore less likely to wear down to the anchor screw. Well built with deep recess for mounting screws. These attach with a screw.
It’s like a miracle the way these just glide along our lvp floors! These sliders are great, i just wish i would have measured the feet of my chairs more closely beforehand. I am happy with this purchase and definitely recommend this product as a repla... Read More
When the glider teflon material wears down that the screw head can and will scratch your floor surface (linoleum, tile or wood) after only two weeks on my new hardwood floors scratches started happening. Worked great for about 2 weeks, then started ma... Read More
The screws they use are the wrong type. The hole isn't machined to accept a taper, and that makes the screw head sit to far up. This means that as it wears down over time, eventually the screw will be scraping across your floor.