Buffers

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Also Known as: Nylon Buffer, PVC Buffer, Furniture Buffer, Furniture Pads, Furniture Bottom, Plastic Buffer.

DESCRIPTION:

PVC Buffer are great under lightweight accessories and appliances. Their non-marking, plastic protect surfaces from scratches and deadens sound. They can also be used as bumpers for industrial and institutional doors.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Raises beds, couches, armchairs, desks, sofas, and other heavy stationary furniture.
  • Non-marking, anti-skid body
  • Adds additional height/storage space under beds and furniture making cleaning underneath furniture easier (great for robot vacuums). Rubber stoppers on the base prevents movement
  • Protects surfaces from scratching
  • Reduces sound while moving
  • Lifts heavy bedroom, living room, and home office furniture to a more ergonomically correct height that provides a safer bio-mechanical advantage to user.

APPLICATIONS

  • Desk
  • Tables
  • Chairs
  • Kitchen appliances
  • Beds
  • Sofas
  • Computer Tables
  • Washing machine
  • Refrigerator & many more.. .

KNOW BEFORE YOU SHOP

  • Match the Buffer/Pad to the floor. Plastic glides work well on carpeting and hard surfaces.
  • Measure the size of the smallest chair or table leg end; then buy Buffer/Pads of the same or the next smallest size.

TOOLS FOR THE JOB

  • Drill
  • Hammer
  • Ruler

INSTALLATION GUIDE

  • To find the center of a chair leg (especially an oddly shaped one), use a square or ruler to mark diagonal lines between the corners of the leg. For round furniture legs, measure the leg diameter and divide that in half. Hold a ruler that far from the edge and mark three or four lines on the leg. Where they meet (or almost meet) is the center.
  • Where the lines intersect, drill a hole slightly smaller than the diameter of the nail or screw that will hold the glide in place.
  • Gently tap the glide in place without bending the nail.Some pads come with a hard floor or carpet option. Use the plastic pad on carpets or attach adhesive-back felt pads for smooth, hard-surface floors.