Rubber feet have many different features and applications for the home, the workshop or in the manufacturing process. Here are some common features of the rubber bumpers that West Florida Components has on hand:
superb skid resistance
easy to apply - just peel and stick
does not stain or mar
can absorb shocks and vibrations
is recognized by UL
You can use adhesive rubber feet in many different applications. Some of the most common are:
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You need some rubber feet but don't know what shape to buy? Look no further. Here is the information you need.
Do you want the top of the self-adhesive rubber feet to have a flat surface? You should choose a cylindrical rubber foot. Cylindrical rubber feet are basically shaped like a coin....flat top, and flat bottom.
They are perfect for situations where you need to use them between two flat surfaces. Some suggested uses are for the back of pictures and art hung on the wall; for kitchen and Read more [...]
Many customers have asked about the best way to apply self-adhesive rubber feet to surfaces so that they are properly applied...and stay on the intended surfaces.
Here are the recommended application instructions:
Clean the surface where you will be applying the rubber feet. It should be dry and free of debris, oils and solvents. In addition, the ideal surface for rubber feet application is smooth and non-porous. You can use a mild solvent such as isopropyl alcohol to remove dirt or grease.
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Self-adhesive rubber feet, also known as bumpers or bumpons, are a versatile product that can be used in many different ways around the house and workshop.The self-adhesive glue will stick to most surfaces including glass, wood, metals and plastics.
In the home, you can use rubber feet as dampers to cushion the closing action of cabinet doors or drawers in your kitchen, bathrooms and laundry rooms. The rubber bumpers will protect your expensive cabinet doors and drawers from hitting the frame Read more [...]