Protect your floors and furniture by attaching pads and glides to your table and chair legs.
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To find the center of a chair leg (especially an oddly shaped one), use a square or ruler to mark diagonal lines between the corners of the leg.
For round furniture legs, measure the leg diameter and divide that in half. Hold a ruler that far from the edge and mark three or four lines on the leg. Where they meet (or almost meet) is the center.
Where the lines intersect, drill a hole slightly smaller than the diameter of the nail or screw that will hold the glide in place.
Make a simple drilling jig to help freehand a 90 degree hole. Draw a 90-degree line along the edge of a scrap block. Rest the block beside your drilling mark and sight the bit parallel with the line and resting against the block edge as you start the hole.
Gently tap the glide in place without bending the nail.
Some pads come with a hard floor or carpet option. Use the plastic pad on carpets or attach adhesive-back felt pads for smooth, hard-surface floors.