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Mars Distributing Inc. a Wisconsin Corporation since 1981
Distributor of Charles and Colvard Moissanite since 1998
Stop-Slides Stop movement  of Large Furniture With ANY SIZE or SHAPE Legs.
Stops Couches, Reclining Chairs, Beds from Sliding.

Stop-Slides STOPS Sofas, Love Seats, Large Chairs, Recliners, In-line Furniture, Beds and High Speed Washing Machines from moving or sliding in any direction.

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STOP-Slides work on all types of flooring, including High Polish wood floors, Ceramic Tile, Vinyl's, and Carpet. STOP-Slides protect your floor and does not leave any marks of any kind on the floor. You can use a Stop-Slide as an eraser to remove black marks you may have on your floor now.

Protect your walls and furniture from damage by not allowing the Bed, Couch, Reclining Chair or Large Chair from making contact with it.

Just Lift the corner of the furniture and Slide the pad under the leg.  NO Glue is used that might slip or loosen later or adhere to the bottom of the leg. Also if you want to rearrange your furniture you can. Just take the pads out from under the legs. Move your furniture and then put the pads under the legs again.  The Pressure exerted from the weight of the furniture and transfered to the leg provides the connection needed to stop movement. The pad grips onto the leg and equally onto the floor at the same time, locking the floor and the leg together. Later when you replace your furniture, re-use the same pads since they were not glued to the bottom of the legs of the furniture you are replacing.
  Stop-Slide Pads have a plate of Poly-Carbonate in the center between two layers of soft gripping rubber which makes the holes that are on both sides of the soft rubber act like suction cups. The center plate adds rigidity to the soft gripping, non-marking rubber. We tested Round Shape versus the oval shape and found the oval shape to be the best choice. The oval non-skid pads are installed in  a perpendicular direction to the wall or sofa, they will stop the furniture from slidig side ways or front to back even when jumping into the furniture or slamming down the foot rest in a reclining chair.

Also placing the pads in the perpendicular direction a small oval end is all that is seen and that is when you have no skirting. If you have skirting on the furniture Nothing is Seen. They grip tightly to any dry surface no matter how shiny or slippery or how smooth the surface is! Even works on any kind of carpet that is attached to the edges of the room. 

                                 Another Use For Stop-Slides is for Wall Mounted Pictures.

If a STOP-Slide is placed at the bottom center of a small picture frame it will keep it from moving and it will protect the wall. Larger pictures need one placed on each end of the bottom frame. They stop movement just from the pressure exerted between the wall and the back of the frame.