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Preserve your carpet with these DIY Office Chair Glides

V2JWuyXvtW4A2TyT.medium Preserve your carpet with these DIY Office Chair Glides

I love my computer chair. Which is a good thing, since I spend much of my day in it. Thankfully I’m on low-pile carpet, which means that I can roll around with ease, without the need for a chair mat. However, if you have high pile carpet, you understand how essential a good chair mat is. Without one, not only will your chair have difficulty moving, but you’re going to damage that soft floor covering. That is, unless you replace those little casters with something that can glide over the carpet with ease.

This DIY project uses a bit of MDF and some high-density polyethylene to make Office Chair Glides. The idea is that if you have a wide, smooth surface making contact with the carpet, it will glide with ease. One of these to replace each of your wheels, and you’ll be able to roll around easily, without tearing up the carpet.

 Preserve your carpet with these DIY Office Chair Glides

Scott – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

  • scott

    Woda Glide

  • i__have_no_name

    Perhaps this would have been more popular if there was more than just a picture and short description.

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