Chair Protectors

Chair Protectors

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Finish damage from sliding shares

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Finish damage

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This will damage any floor

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Hard plastic casters can damage hard surface flooring

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Worn protectors

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Felt protectors need to be replaced

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Damage from sliding chairs

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No felt protector

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Plastic protectors can damage hard surface flooring

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Protector has shifted and ineffective

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Floor damage from rolling trafficdamage

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This protector will damage the floor

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Warn protector

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Rolling traffic without chair mat can damage floor

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Worn protectors - missing felt

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This protector will damage any floor

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What you need to know

Ensuring that the correct chair protectors are on the bottom of chairs and other furniture is an important requirement in preventing scratches, gouges, and premature finish wear. Proper protectors for wood and laminate floors include felt protectors for chair legs and other sliding furniture. For rolling chairs, rubber wheels are necessary. Plastic protectors or wheels can cause ….

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