LLR49320

Lorell Clear Sleeve Floor Savers - 8 per pack

Clear - 8/Pack

Reg. Price $17.00

Our Price $9.99 Per Pack

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Floor protectors prevent damage normally caused by moving furniture. Transparent, flexible sleeve securely conforms to the size and shape of chair or table legs, eliminating the need for adhesive. The cushioned felt tip lasts longer than standard felt pads, dampens noise and distributes weight evenly for better furniture wear. Perfect for restaurants, hotels and areas where esthetics are essential. One design fits multiple shapes and sizes. Clear Sleeve Floor Protectors are recommended for all hard floor surfaces and fit 7/8" to 1-1/16" round legs or 3/4" square legs.

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SKU
LLR49320
Manufacturer
Lorell
Manufacturer Part Number
49320
Brand Name
Lorell
Packaged Quantity
8 / Pack
Product Type
Protector
Size
1" Diameter
Features
Noise Reduction
Recycled
Yes

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Lorell Clear Sleeve Floor Savers - 8 per pack
 
4.0

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5.0

Floor Saver

By Leesilutoo

from Baltimore, MD

Verified Buyer

Comments about Lorell Clear Sleeve Floor Savers - 8 per pack:

These are actually ear savers because my chairs made such a terrible noise when they scraped on the floor. They are well made, they fit nicely and now everything is quiet!

 
4.0

Chair pads fine

By Comb Ogre

from iowa city ia

Verified Buyer

Comments about Lorell Clear Sleeve Floor Savers - 8 per pack:

quick, and quality

 
1.0

Size was not accurate

By SR

from Los Angeles

Verified Buyer

Comments about Lorell Clear Sleeve Floor Savers - 8 per pack:

Can't rate the floor sleeve because it was too small to fit the size of chair leg it indicated. Would be happy if LD would send me one size larger as a makeup and I could send these back. But don't want to go through the hassle of doing this online as I suspect it will take too much time. Would not use LD again without a make good on this.

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5.0

Great solution!

By None

from Kansas

Verified Buyer

Comments about Lorell Clear Sleeve Floor Savers - 8 per pack:

These are exactly as described. Can hardly see them on the chairs and they slide easily on wood floor. Definitely would recommend this product.

 
5.0

They worked perfectly to protect our tile floors!

By Mr.Procrastinator

from Scotts, Michigan

Verified Buyer

Comments about Lorell Clear Sleeve Floor Savers - 8 per pack:

We used as they were designed, on chair legs.

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