Mighty Movers Self-Stick Furniture Sliders
 
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Mighty Movers Self-Stick Furniture Sliders

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Mighty Movers Self-Stick Furniture Sliders
$4.69/4 pack
Reg. $6.95

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Sku: 98424
 (1 Review)


Shipping Weight: 
1.70 oz
Dimensions: 
9.13"L X 8.75"W X 4.88"H

Easily moves your heaviest furniture and protects floors.


Features
  • Heavy duty self-stick, rubber based adhesive pads bonded to polymer plastic disks.
  • Bonds permanently to most furniture surfaces: wood, laminate, metal and plastic.
  • Attaches securely to bottom of desks, wall units, bookcases, TV stands, bureaus and more.
  • Slides easily on carpeting, wood floors, ceramic tiles, linoleum and smooth surfaces.
  • Cushioned to absorb the impact of floor surface changes.




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Is there a weight limit on what they can handle?

No, there is not a specific weight capacity. They can be used on most desks, wall units, bookcases, TV stands, and bureaus.

What is the diameter of these slider disks? Demensions given do not make sense to me. Thanks, John I need large 4" or 5" disks.

The diameter of these disks is 2.25 inches. Our SKU #98425 is a package of 5" diameter disks.


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These do NOT work!


MM (Tacoma, WA)
Reviewed on Apr 17, 2015
I had them on for less than a day and they fell off... They work horrible and left my chair in worse condition than before (as in, it was able to move even less than before they were on). I'm an older student, living in a dorm, so the person below me, whenever I am doing my large load of schoolwork, probably gets thoroughly annoyed by all the noise my chair now makes. I don't know how to resolve that issue.