Asked on Sep 30, 2017

How do I stop a recliner from sliding ? It is on a 7x 8 rug

AuntQueenieSSauve
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  • Sharon
    on Sep 30, 2017

    I would get some of those stick on felt pads for the feet.
  • Sauve
    on Oct 1, 2017

    I have two bedside dressers that kept sliding on the tile floors. It was irritating because just opening and closing the drawers was enough to move them back to wall or away from the best position near the bed. I don't like felt pads because they will hold water and since we keep water on the dressers for the evening it didn't look like a good idea. So I applied dollops of hot glue from my glue gun to the bottom of the legs. Easy to get the right size, easy enough to remove, and immediately available in my house. It has been over 2 years and they are stay where they are placed but I can still move them to run the vacuum under them when necessary.
    • Sauve
      on Oct 2, 2017

      I don't think it will because I have put it on the bottom of wool socks for wearing around the house during the winter. But then they have to be washed by hand. :( . I have tile floors so I have done this now, with a few pieces of furniture.
  • AuntQueenie
    on Oct 1, 2017

    I put a rubber rug under the wood leg part at the back of chair
  • S
    on Oct 1, 2017

    cheap rubber shelf liner or non skid rug pads placed under them should solve the problem
  • AuntQueenie
    on Oct 3, 2017

    sorry I've been away from my internet.
    Just the back, it keeps it from scooting backwards. I used a lightweight, black rug, it has little Nubby texture on top side.
  • AuntQueenie
    on Oct 3, 2017

    that's lightweight black rug

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