|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.6 x 8.7 x 2.7 inches|
|Item model number||4713495K|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||5-Year Limited Warranty|
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Super Sliders – Pack of 4 – 3½-inch Self-Stick Furniture Movers for Wood, Linoleum, and Ceramic
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- EASY FURNITURE MOVING – These sliders attach to furniture bases for smooth floor gliding and easy transport.
- ROUND FELT SLIDERS – These self-stick sliders feature a strong adhesive for a long-lasting hold.
- VERSATILE – These sliders can be used on home furniture like dressers, recliners, and heavy appliances.
- IDEAL FOR HARD SURFACES – These round attachments slide easily across hardwood, linoleum, and ceramic tile.
- WON’T SCRATCH OR DAMAGE FLOORS – These 3½-inch round sliders will not scrape or damage any of your surfaces.
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Don’t strain yourself by moving large furniture on your own. Instead, get a little help in the form of Super Sliders!
These 3½-inch round felt sliders make moving furniture around the house a breeze. They attach easily at the corner bases of any furniture to provide optimal movement capability. This is useful for repositioning furniture around the house or for moving fixtures when cleaning, allowing easy access to hidden areas like vents.
These oatmeal- or black-colored self-stick sliders have an extremely strong adhesive that lasts for a long time. They are ideal for different surfaces such as hardwood, linoleum, and ceramic tile floors, helping your furniture glide effortlessly across them. The sliders’ hardwood floor protector prevents scraping on shiny wooden floors to retain their luster. These moving pads for furniture let you push and pull your home fixtures without any hassle.
These 4-pack furniture sliders for hard surfaces can be attached to numerous types of furniture, including chairs, tables, sofas, beds, washers, entertainment centers, coffee tables, foot stools, dryers, bar stools, recliners, closets, and heavy appliances. Instead of exerting a lot of effort to budge a large dresser or needing two or more people to push a metal desk, you can just move heavy furniture on your own with these self-stick, felt Super Sliders.
Super Sliders are one of the best-selling furniture movers and one of the most trusted brands in the market. Their top-quality construction, ergonomic function, and long-lasting endurance won’t just make moving your furniture easier – it will also improve your life at home in general.
From the Manufacturer
Super Sliders felt bottom sliders feature distinctive packaging and complete surface protection for your home or office. Combined with super quality, innovation and longevity for all your furniture and floor protection needs. Specially designed to move heavy objects without damaging hard floor surfaces. Hard floor felt sliders. Super Sliders can be used on: Tables, chairs, washers, entertainment centers, coffee tables, foot stools, dryers, desks, bar stools, sofas, cabinets, recliners, and day beds.
Top customer reviews
We had three pieces of furniture that needed to be moved. A big leather recliner, an antique high-back armchair made of oak that belonged to my wife's grandmother and a 9 shelf oak dresser. These weigh between 100 (recliner) - 220 pounds (dresser). Our floors are a DIY custom job that took us months to obtain the wood for, it's resurfaced and refinished from my grandparent's old house, my wife's grandparents old house and a family friend's old house. Probably the wrong place to talk about that, but if you're considering taking on a similar project ... do it. We love our floors very much and it was cheaper in the end than buying new real wood planks. At least it lets you know I'm very serious about protecting these floors.
The method I use with these Waxman sliders/movers is to position the furniture onto the sliders then press down on the furniture for a minute or so. These sliders mold to whatever you're moving, but only over time. Those with experience of using these under their furniture all the time already know this. We were able to move all three pieces of furniture in about 30 minutes, including moving other furniture out of the way and didn't have one slip of the furniture. The first time I used sliders, anything with legs that were bigger than the sliders would cause the sliders to slide out from under the legs. I didn't realize how well they mold to the legs over time until several months later.
So why not 5 star? The adhesive has very little purpose. If you use the sticky side while moving furniture, you're going to risk damaging the furniture when you remove the sliders and if you're just leaving them under the furniture they will stick anyway from the molding of the weight pressing down in them. This set is the best set I've used for moving bigger chairs. Both of the chairs we moved had legs that were bigger than the circumference of the sliders, but they held up well and the mold didn't allow them to slide off the sliders.
I think these could be made better (without nailing them in, without adhesive), maybe instead of a fully rounded slider, have some excess foam that can be removed to make the furniture legs fit down into the foam? That's sort of the same concept I'm using when I press the furniture down to create a mold in the slider. Either way, these are good enough.
Very cushy. I won't use the sticky part as they are metal wheels and it wouldn't work to stick them to that. I never move it anyway. Nice looking too. It is very heavy and these do the trick. They slide great for moving it.
I so didn't want hardwood, but even more I wanted a home without broken doors and 25 year old green shag carpeting. So caring for these floors is paramount for the owner.
I hunted everywhere and tried every type of floor protectors but this Waxman brand were the absolute no-competition best. They come in several sizes - especially a couple of larger ones that are outstanding under heavy appliances. I have used an Exacto knife to cut to size/shape that I need, and these have several sized and shapes to start with.
These are so thick they don't squish down to useless in a month. We've been using this size under the legs of our heavy sofa that nobody wants to move. I have an antique walnut burled, marble-topped upright dresser that takes three very strong men to move as a dolly doesn't work for it at all. If you can even imagine what that would do to a soft pine floor - nightmare to repair. These fit perfectly under the rounded, flat wooden feet. I haven't had to replace them in 8 months.