Smart Surface 8295 3-1/2" Round Carpet Furniture Sliders 16-Pack in Resealable Bag
List Price: $19.99
From Smart Surface
Our Price: $12.99
(4.5 stars, based on 241 reviews)
Designed to move items such as chairs, sofas, recliners, bookcases, desks, and cabinets across carpeted surfaces. Simply place the slider under each leg or corner of the object to be moved. The black non-stick gripper pad must face upwards. Slide object to be moved with ease! Sliders can be left in place if the item is moved frequently (for example, exercise equipment or to move items for cleaning) or be removed and reused again and again. This item features a resealable bag for easy storage.
- Sales Rank: #1340 in Home Improvement
- Size: 3-1/2 Inch
- Color: Beige
- Brand: Smart Surface
- Model: 8-8295
- Dimensions: .50" h x 3.50" w x 3.50" l, .3 pounds
- Package contains (16) 3-1/2" sliders with EVA foam backing to grip and protect.
- Designed to move items across carpeted surfaces. Moves bulky and heavy objects with ease!
- To use: Place slider under each leg or corner of the object to be moved.
- Black non-stick gripper pad must face upwards. Slide object to be moved.
- Sliders can be left in place or be removed and reused. Features resealable bag for easy storage.
Most helpful customer reviews
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful.
Had spinal surgery; put these on myself, can now move all my furniture by myself.
By Anon Ymous
I had spinal surgery a few months ago and lifting is basically out in general, so when the apartment I was moving into had carpet, I knew I had a problem. In the store, these are so expensive, but this looked like a good deal, so I thought I'd try them out. They work GREAT! The hardest part was figuring out not to center the corners of furniture on the centers of the pads, but push the pads -almost- flush with the edges of the furniture.
Now, it can be a little difficult to get some of the sliders on when you're by yourself. However, it IS possible, and yes, even stupidly heavy furniture that's horrible for two people to lift can get pushed around with ease. My recommendation is that you do have a friend (or makeshift use a wall, carefully) to help you put them on under the furniture initially. I want to get some more for the rest of the furniture we have. I can't imagine trying move my furniture around the carpet without them. I HATE having to rely on other people to do things for me, but struggling, straining, and potentially permanently hurting myself is worse. This lets me do everything myself, and change it whenever I want, however I want.
21 of 22 people found the following review helpful.
They look like and function the same as the more expensive brand ...
They look like and function the same as the more expensive brand name product, as far as I can tell. I've put furniture sliders under every piece of furniture I own, so that I can slide items around easily when vacuuming. Keeps dust/germs from accumulating in dead spots in the room. I mean, I can move the furniture without the sliders, but keeping everything on sliders makes vacuuming fun and easy. I started with the name brand product for some of my furniture, and then used this product for the rest of my furniture, because of the lower price. The quality of the foam, the slipperiness of the bottom surface, and the overall structural integrity are the same as I've observed in the name brand product.
15 of 16 people found the following review helpful.
Worked great so far. See video
[[VIDEOID:610e1014eaa7fe67e70884092645ecfa]] I expected these to be cheap Chinese crap, but they have yet to fail. I used them to move something extremely heavy that my wife and I had no chance of moving on our own, and as I demo in the video, I can slide a 40 pound table and another nightstand around at will.
The original reason I got these wasn’t even to move furniture, it was to prevent holes being poked or driven into the foam mats I have in the basement every time I used a stepstool. Actually I just glued sliders to the legs of the stepstool and now I can grab it and be good to go. Lining up one with each foot every time I wanted to use the step stool got annoying. I don’t have those 35 seconds to waste.
I keep expecting these to break and they don’t, since they’re just cheap plastic and cheap foam. But they haven’t started to peel apart from one another, either. In 5 years, we’ll see, but so far, so good. And it was a 16-pack so I got plenty.