Asked on Jun 30, 2013

Patio furniture



we have old black wrought iron furniture, our problem is the feet of the chairs are rusting and scratching our comcrete patio. so we have rusty round circles all over the patio. Is there anything we can put on the feet of the chairs and table to prevent this?
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  • Connie
    on Jul 1, 2013

    As a teacher to prevent the scarring of the floors, many of us used tennis balls on the bottom of the chairs. Now I do understand these are nice outdoor furniture pieces, so you may want to paint the balls black or to match. We cut X's in the balls and then pushed the feet into them. Made the quieter , more moveable for all ages, and safer from the slide across the floor. Perhaps this helps. The other thought was to hot glue or gorilla clue cork tiles or some sort of heavy duty material, vinyl, plastic or those "sliders" you see to move furniture on the bottom of each foot. Paint to match and Voila

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