They bend a little bit too easy, so make sure you take care when nailing them in. It is critical to pre-drill a hole then hammer them straight on firmly.
We replace the cheap plastic pads from our west elm dining chairs with these nail-in felted pads and it was the best decision ever. No more scratched on the floor. Easy to clean with mild household cleaner.
Save yourself a headache and go with a different product. Useless piece of *. Hard to install.
Hammering too much or too hard causes felt to flatten. The nail is not heavy duty and not fastened well to the pad. Seems as though the nail pokes through the foam when there is someone weighing down the chair.
A good product spoilt by it’s small size. About the size of a thumb tack.
They are durable and delicate at the same time. I have them on the four feet on the back of the couch that is on my hardwood floor. Makes my modular couch stay put and together.
Well, no s***, sherlock. I hope the merchant will read my review and make good by crediting my account!
White adhesive pads are impossible to free from their white adhesive backing. They are double sided and the seam is not the same on its opposite side. Came with no adhesive.
Worst part of the damage was caused by the product sticking to and pulling up the floor's polyurethane coating in irregular chunks. Within a week the recliners are no longer on the pads and are sliding around on the floor. The rug round pads seem to w... Read More