I put up an earlier posting about a toy box I am building for my grandson.
This group was a great help as usual. I have a second issue I'm trying to
The toy box is going to sit on a wood floor and I'd like to find some glides
to put on the bottom that will actually make it harder to move. Of course
the whole idea of a glide it to make it easier to move a chair etc. but I'm
concerned that my grandson will push on the toy box and end up sliding it
around too easily on the wood floors. I have looked at a few catalogs but I
don't see an "anti-glide". Can anyone point me in the right direction or
give me a search term to find what I am looking for?
I thought about that (I should have mentioned that in my original post) but
I think they will make skid marks though you can clean up the skid marks.
Maybe there is some kind of rubber that won't leave skid marks. I have to go
to Rockler on Monday. Maybe they have something..............
Another idea would be silicone rubber feet. Turn the box over, but a
generous dab of silicone calking on the feet, and let it dry. You
could probably form it a little bit to get a flat bottom.
I don't think that's slippery, and it won't mark.
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