Seat Cushion Stoppers

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  1. Bottom End

    Bottom End Member

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    Hey Everyone

    On the bottom of my seat cushions are some small plastic stoppers to keep the seat cushion form sliding around.

    Anyone know where I can get some replacement stoppers or maybe how to make some myself?

    Thanks
     
  2. kitphantom

    kitphantom Well-Known Member

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    pckeen New Member

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    I fabricated some out of an old plastic cutting board - just used a hole saw to cut some out, then drilled a hole through the middle - they worked fine. Any hard, durable plastic will do.
     
  4. mamabean5

    mamabean5 Well-Known Member

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    I just took a broken one to Lowes and we found replacements for .47!
     
  5. MissLou

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    We used the little plastic chair sliders that you can hammer into the wood. Worked fine. I bought them at Walmart.
     
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    we had some old washers hanging around and just put enough on the screw to keep it out the same difference - worked great!
     
  7. mnebinger

    mnebinger Livin' The Dream!

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    I used rubber bushings and fender washers.
     

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