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What kind of dining chairs do not damage wood floors?

What kind of chair legs should I be using on my new oak wood floor to keep from damaging the finish? Also, how many people do you know that have backed out of their garage w/o using the door opener remote control?

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Look for chairs with plastic tips installed on the chair legs. These tips are also available in hardware stores for installation into wooden chair legs. Your floors will be fine. None. But it is easy to imaging making this mistake in a garage that has natural light.
Sep 30, 2017
Plastic tips won't save damage to your flooring..I suggest you use the sticky felt things you can buy anywhere, but they have to be replaced every once in a while...also, you have to watch if there is a lot of scratchy dirt around your table, then it can get under the felt pads and mark the floor. I have high end hardwood flooring throughout my home...I have felt pads under everything....and they work really well, but can be a pain sometimes because I have cats and a dog. Just vacuum your floors often and enjoy the wood. Oh, and I know of no one who has back out of their garage without openning the door...that is what mirrors and eyes are for..looking...do not get into a car with that person!!!!
Sep 30, 2017
Almost everything made now a days has the protective padding on the underside of the leg to help prevent damage to wood floors. And I don't know anyone who has backed out of their garage like that, but I do know one drunken idiot that tried to pull into his garage without opening the door first. Needless to say, it did more damage to the car than the garage door. Ha.
Sep 30, 2017
Almost anything can scratch a wood floor so you need to capp/rubberize the bottoms of your chairs and furniture leggs.
Sep 30, 2017
Rolling chairs with rubber casters. And not many people I know have done that but I know a hundred candidates to have done that.
Sep 30, 2017

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