Saturday, March 16, 2019

Furniture Footies Preserve Floors and Furniture


Furniture Footies give you a product that is useful, attractive, shows less dirt, is easy to install without tools due to a new and improved large hole, and looks great. They protect and preserve floors and furniture. They are competitively priced, non-allergenic, and safe.  The choice of colors now available are black, navy, charcoal gray, and chocolate brown.

Use on Floors

The footies for chairs help glide furniture around while providing protection for floors made of tile, hardwood, laminate, and more. This type of product by competitors often have a thin felt outer covering and a synthetic inner core that splits and cracks.  
Use on Furniture

The footies help with the floor preservation and keep the floors from being damaged in your home, office, or classroom and eliminate the noise factor when furniture is moved around. Furniture Footies are much smaller than a regular tennis ball, are made with a thick polyester blend outer covering, and the 4mm inner core of natural rubber prevents the ball from cracking or splitting and allows it to remain securely on furniture leg bases.

Furniture Footies are also made to fit different leg sizes. The Golf Ball size fits a chair leg base of 1.25" or less and has the new increased circular cut of 20mm for an easier application. The Two Inch size will also fit a furniture leg base of 1.25" or less and has an increased slit length of 45mm. The 2.4 Inch size will fit a furniture leg base of 1.25" to 1.5" and has a slit length of 50mm.

Use in the Classroom

These footies protect the school floors and quiet the learning environment. They attach effortlessly to most round furniture leg bases with a diameter of 1.25" or less and have a swivel-like glide. The unique outer covering is made of polyester blend and also protects the floors from scuff marks. The footies provide students with a little movement and bounce when the child moves back and forth or up and down gently on the chair.
             

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