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Clear Rubber Desk Bumpers are the perfect rubber spacer between glass and tables. This includes tables, pedestals, and other furniture tops. These rubber desk bumpers control the movement of the glass, and absorb the shock, on many types of surfaces including wood, metal, and plastic.
These polyurethane bumpers are the ideal cushions for leveling your glass table top, while also affixing it, so your table tops don't skid. It also protects the underneath side of the glass from being scratched by one's table. These bumpers have 'peel and stick' adhesive on the bottom for easy application, and appear nearly invisible underneath the glass.
Non-Staining | Easy 'Peel-&-Stick' Application | Crack Resistant | Superior Abrasion Resistance | Vibration & Shock Dampening | Low Resistance to Skidding
Clear Rubber Desk Bumpers | 1 Strip. of 15 Bumpers | Dimensions .335" x .085" | Diameter x Height 8.5mm x 2.2mm | Hemispherical Shape
CLR .335" x .085" (8.5mm x 2.2mm) HEMISPHERICAL BUMBER W/ADHESIVE (15 ea. Per Bag)
These are very small bumpers but just right for the 18" glass table top I ordered. They are hardly visible, keep the glass from touching the table surface, and the glass does not slide around on the table top. Maybe a little more costly than I would expect (however, not bad), but just what I needed!
Not worth the money
Honestly, I could get these at the hardware store for less. Mine were cut incorrectly so one part of the circle is cut off. That being said, they really are nearly invisible and hold the glass tight in place.
tiny but effective
These are VERY small but they do the job. They're hardly noticeable, the hold the glass in place, and there's a whole strip so they can be used on surfaces throughout the house (in addition to the glass desk top I bought them for). Well worth the money!!
great, but small
I recently bought glass to protect the top of a secretary desk and the bumpers are great, but are smaller than I would like. It would be great if Dulles would recommend bumper sizes based on the size of glass - they definitely work, but I didn't know enough to get a bigger size.