$8.99 Each
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Keeps furniture firmly in place.

1-1/4'' Slipstick® Grippers, Chocolate, Pack of 8

Item #
44219
Rating:
84% of 100

Slipstick Gripper furniture feet are specially formulated to keep your furniture firmly in place, yet make it easy to move it when it's time to rearrange. The patented O-ring increases its grip as the weight increases so that when you sit down on your couch, for example, it won't suddenly slide backwards. Without weight on it, however, the furniture is still easy to rearrange. Of course, Slipstick Grippers also do a superb of protecting your floors from scratches. Chocolate-colored rim with gray pads.


Features:
  • The Patented 32mm/1-1/4" Slipstick Gripper foot contains an O-ring specially formulated to protect floors and give some grip, which increases with the weight of the furniture
  • The lighter the furniture, the more easily it will glide
  • Includes option to attach with self-stick adhesive or screws
  • Recommended for legs from 1-1/4" to 2" in diameter
  • Protects hardwood, laminate and ceramic tile floors
  • Caution: Not to be attached at an angle greater than 5 degrees, as indentations may occur in cushion vinyl and softwood floors
(8) 1-1/4" Slipstick Gripper Furniture Feet
More Information
Brand Slipstick
Manufacturer Part Number CB325
Weight 0.1500
Style Glides
4.2 / 5.0
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Chair repairs
Easy to install, functions fine.
March 27, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
1 1/4" Slipstick Grippers
Appears to be product that will hold up. Will purchase again.
December 4, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Just what I wanted and easy to apply.
These inexpensive sliders were easy to screw in , or you can glue them on to the feet, and they work just great. Great value, great product
March 10, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
These are great
I have tried numerous type and styles of chair skids trying to protect my hardwood floors from my heavy dining chairs. So far these not only have protected the chairs from scratching the floor, they also have made the chairs much more stable.
January 16, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Worked great I used the screws that came with them
June 13, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
Very disappointed
We put these on the bottom of a bookcase. We wanted something that screwed in, but would make it easy to move. Even with an empty bookcase, these actually made it harder to move. It wouldn't slide at all. We ended up using removable sliders. They probably work well on smaller furniture, but not with anything large..
February 18, 2019
Purchased
7 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
Have ordered multiple item from Rockler Woodworking & Hardware, so when I needed these chair feet this is where I came. BKD
BRENDA D on Jul 14, 2019
Have used these from Rockler in the past and they work perfectly!
MARK A on Mar 9, 2019
Have ordered multiple item from Rockler Woodworking & Hardware, so when I needed these chair feet this is where I came. BKD
BRENDA D on Jul 14, 2019
For our dinning room chairs that glide on tile floors.
James S on Jun 4, 2019
Have used these from Rockler in the past and they work perfectly!
MARK A on Mar 9, 2019
Needed something the nailed or screwed into wood legs
Beverly A on Feb 6, 2019
Hard to find items are easy to find on this web site. Great quality.
Dale R on Dec 12, 2018
Felt ones failed in 3 months
John F on Jun 21, 2018
ran out of current stock
jerry l on Jun 20, 2018
Couldn'item in store. Used these fpr 11 years. Now worn out
Sue F on Jan 6, 2018
To place on our kitchen table chairs. Previously used the felt stick on tabs. They were not durable, and made a mess on our ceramic tile floors placing adhesive on our floors, that is hard to remove.
Carla A on Aug 20, 2017
I want to evaluate their usefulness in a coffee table I am building.
leon v on Jun 22, 2017
Correct size & color for legs of my project
BRENDA D on Oct 27, 2016
project - need base
Lloyd L on Sep 4, 2016
Looking for something that would not scratch my ceramic tile floors.
Patricia B on Jul 13, 2016
Ordered with other items. They are different than I could find anywhere else.
Dale B on Jun 28, 2016
I am making a couple of tables that these will work nicely with.
Harry on Mar 3, 2016
our couch continues to slide after using several other grippers, we shall see!<br />We have had success with Rockler.
Clifford H on Jul 19, 2015
Best sliders even used in furniture restoration, to replace the ol ones made of metal, usually found on antiwue furniture.
garmi on Apr 28, 2015
For our dinning room chairs that glide on tile floors.
James S on Jun 4, 2019
Needed something the nailed or screwed into wood legs
Beverly A on Feb 6, 2019
I have 8 wooden chairs that have a hole for tap in chair glides. The only ones I can find are felt and I know that they will not slide on my floor. (That's what I currently have one these kitchen chairs.) I'm wondering if you can recommend something for me. The holes are too large for a normal nail in type. Thank you, Sue Levine?
Sue Levine on Jul 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Sue,
Unlike felt these are designed to hold chairs in place on a hard surface rather than act as a glide/slide. With regards to the fastening method, these "Grippers" come with a screw for fastening rather than a nail. I had nail in glides on a chair and ottoman that would cause them to move acrosd our hardwood floor every time someone sat in the chair. I removed the nail in glides & installed these "grippers".....problem solved. The chair and ottoman now stay in place.
Can they be used on carpeted floors ?
Anthony S on Nov 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: These are designed to protect a wood floor from scratching when furniture is slid across.
They will not provide any benefit on furniture placed on carpeted floor.
Can I use these on a rocking chair to keep it from moving while I'm rocking?
Chrys V on Jul 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: These are designed for stationary chairs and cabinets only. you may wish to try a non-skid thin strip that adheres/sticks to the rockers. Often this is rubberized and can be cut to fit.
How much will these gliders raise a chair?
mhall on Mar 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The glides are actually 1/2" thick, but because the legs are angled the chair ends up 5/8" higher than without them.
regarding the 1-1/4'' SlipstickĀ® Grippers, when applied to dining chairs on a saltillo tile floor (not a hard tile), will they scuff the tile's surface when sliding back and forth?
fred m on Oct 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I have slate tiles, not saltillo. Mine are hard and rough. I bought and used the product for four of my eight wood dining room chairs. No problem at that time. I bought and used the product for the other four chairs. On two of the legs, the screws did not go in all the way. In retrospect (as a novice), I realized that I probably should have drilled a small guide hole almost the depth of the screw. If the screws were not all the way in, I would have worried about metal-on-slate scuffs.
Are these suitable for a blanket box?
Zach C on Feb 17, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Yes I would think they are very suitable
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