Protective bumper feet are perfect for a wide range of uses and we like to think our feet are some of the best in the industry. If you are stuck for ideas of where to put our bumper feet though read this article and it’ll tell you neat places to stick the feet.
- Furniture: Stick bumper feet to the bottom of wooden legs on tables or chairs and they’ll protect carpets and wooden floors. Stop chairs screeching across the floor with the simple to use feet and you’ll prevent surface scratches from appearing on real wood, laminate or vinyl floors. Bumper feet are great for drawer fronts, just stick them on the reverse side to prevent the drawer from slamming into the frame. You can use them on kitchen doors as well, just pop them on the back and the doors will close much gentler in the future.
- Lamps: Attach a few bumper feet to the base of lamps to stop them from scratching wooden table tops. Give your lamp a little lift and provide the base with a cushion that can be placed on a variety of surfaces.
- Glass sheets: Bumper feet are useful for glass covers on desks, chests of drawers and coffee tables too. Place the feet on the underside of the glass to raise it slightly and stop the surface underneath from becoming scratched.
- Cooker covers: Got a cover on your hob that makes a clunk when it closes? Place bumper feet on the frame of the cover and you can close the lid without a sound in the future. Bumper feet are brilliant for cushioning noise on a wide range of products and cooker covers are the perfect example of where they can be used.
- Laptop lid: Slam a laptop shut whenever you have finished surfing online? Prevent this problem with bumper feet, close the lid with care from now on and prevent accidental damage to the computer.