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Double Nail-on Glides

Item #
18665
Rating:
94% of 100

Made of high density polyethylene plastic, these double nail-on glides are ideal for use where larger footings are necessary. The glides feature two embedded 1/2" nails for easy installation.

(4) Double nail-on glides
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Brand Rockler
Weight 0.0400
Tech Spec
  • High density polyethylene plastic
  • 1-13/16" long x 5/8" wide x 1/4 " thick
Style Glides
4.7 / 5.0
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Save the Chair Legs
Perfect for a Jimmy Buffet chairs
June 28, 2020
Purchased
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Glides...
Used these to protect the bottoms of wood patio furniture, perfect solution...
May 30, 2020
Purchased
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
They worked!
These were just what I needed. And they appear to be nice and durable.
April 24, 2020
Purchased
3 months ago
Does the job
I used these for on a couple of benches last year to save Hardwood floor scratching. A note is the bench legs are 1-3/4” x 5” by 15” Bench is 12” x 40” x 17” and weight of 35 lbs.
November 1, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Simple and effective
I pu two on one end of my workbench and two casters on the other end. That way I only need to unlock the one set and can still slide the bench out of the way when I need room for something else.
August 22, 2015
Purchased
over 5 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Works incredibly well on my tile floors.
I have installed these on every wooden chair in my house. The work very well and they are tough and non-marring.
June 30, 2015
Purchased
over 5 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Cutting Board Legs
Worked great for legs on a cutting board. This lets air get under the board preventing damage to the granite counter top.
May 15, 2015
Purchased
over 5 years ago
Nice quality for a simple nail...
Nice quality for a simple nail on slide.
July 16, 2008
I used these on the bottom...
I used these on the bottom of some sliding pocket windows. I can slide them with one finger now. They work great.
February 2, 2008
The product is of good quality...
The product is of good quality however, I mistakenly ordered too many of the double nail ons for my kitchen chairs. I thought the single would not have covered enough of the rear legs. I was wrong. I will be ordering the correct ones or possibly try another chair glide you carry for these chairs.
January 12, 2008
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Just built a bench and these are the right size for the bench legs.
Santiago N on Apr 4, 2020
Restoring a couple of antiques tables that had metal glides under the bottom of the legs. These should be easier to avoid scratching my wooden floors.
Michael W on Mar 9, 2020
Just built a bench and these are the right size for the bench legs.
Santiago N on Apr 4, 2020
Patio ottomans came with them, but time and weather have caused them to fall off. We have travertine on the patio and the ottoman legs are scratching the stone.
JEANETTE CARTER C on Mar 19, 2020
Restoring a couple of antiques tables that had metal glides under the bottom of the legs. These should be easier to avoid scratching my wooden floors.
Michael W on Mar 9, 2020
easy slide base for heavy router table
GREGORY B on Nov 7, 2019
Exactly what I was looking for to put glides on a toy box I've built. I got 2 sets in order to have 90 degree glides on each corner
Ron H on Jan 30, 2019
I have a vintage chair on carpet. It seemed to be a hunt to find this size and color gliders for our vintage desk chair.
Teraena G on Jan 8, 2019
Suggested in Rockler Woodworking plan
Mark B on Jan 8, 2019
I use the single ones on outdoor chairs just wanted to try these to see if they would fit better
Jack K on Jun 4, 2018
i needed them
randy s on Mar 23, 2018
I have made several step stools and wanted a glide so they would not scratch flooring.
Richard R on Nov 9, 2017
To replace old glides
DANNY L on Jul 5, 2017
To keep legs of wooden furniture 1/4 inch off the floor to protect them from water damage.
Bruce L. H on May 15, 2017
recommended by plans for glider rocker
john C on May 2, 2017
A great "heavier duty" alternative to a simple one nail glide.
Howard C on Sep 27, 2016
Router table project from Family Handyman
Michael J. R on Sep 21, 2016
Durable, worked great for getting a pine log bench off concrete to prevent rotting feet
Chris H on Sep 12, 2016
To protect the inside of cabinet doors from impact with pull out shelf glides
David I on Aug 23, 2016
Previous user, they work well spreading the load of heavier pieces of furniture
Peter M B on Nov 28, 2015
part of a router table materials list
Mark M on Nov 13, 2015
Functional
Dan S on Oct 9, 2015
I needed low profile bumpers/glides for the bottom of the slot in the split jamb that pocket doors fit into. They must guide the door as it is opened and closed and keep it from contacting the inside surfaces of the slot in the split door jamb and prevent scratching the door surfaces.The glides also must not mark the door surface where they make contact. They worked fine where clearances were somewhat more than minimal to allow installation of this slightly thicker glide.
Alan S on Aug 3, 2015
used them on my wood deck furniture when the originals started to come loose.
Walter F on Jul 4, 2015
I need to prevent damage to newly refinished hard wood floors in a museum by benches. They get moved by several people so care is not always used. I hope these do the trick.
gordy on Jun 4, 2015
Patio ottomans came with them, but time and weather have caused them to fall off. We have travertine on the patio and the ottoman legs are scratching the stone.
JEANETTE CARTER C on Mar 19, 2020
easy slide base for heavy router table
GREGORY B on Nov 7, 2019
Are these safe for hard wood floors?
kathy m on Nov 7, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Kathy - You shouldn't have a problem using them on wooden floors. I used them in a different context ( on a cutting board and wine rack ). Depending on the type of wood you're installing them in you might want to pre-drill some holes first.
Are these cupped on the top side so they may hold water?
A shopper on Aug 3, 2015
BEST ANSWER: There is a very slight depression. The plastic is poured into the mold then the nails are inserted. This should not be a problem.
Do these work on carpet? I think they do but I truly don't see that anywhere.
Sherry P on Jan 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I think they would work well in carpet. The nylon should slide right across. However, Cape May Mike is right. A lot might depend on the type of carpet.
how many are in a pack?
Carol H on Dec 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: 4
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