D > Rather than replacing the lamp, I'd like to just cover its bottom. Are
D > there kits sold for this process (and if so, where would I find them)?
D > Otherwise, is the best way to do this to just stretch out some felt, put
D > glue on the lamp base, put the lamp on the stretched felt, then trim off
D > the excess when the glue dries?
As the others said, replacement felt is available. I prefer using
rubber cement over contact cement as I find it easier to remove after
it dries, plus easier to position initially (rubber cement will allow
a 'redo', AFAIK contact cement will not).
Before replacing the felt bottom may as well check to be sure the
cord and plug are in good condition -- easier to replace with the
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