Self-Adhesive Clear Rubber Feet

$9.95 USD
Item# 69501
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  • Rubber box feet prevent slipping and protect against stratches
  • Bubble shaped rubber feet are self adhesive and easy to use
  • Can also be used as bumpers on frames and pannels
  • 121 feet per 6" x 6" sheet


Product Description

Rubber feet are versatile and easy to use. Simply press these bubble shaped feet to the bottom of your boxes and candle cubes to prevent scratching of table tops and shelves or to the backs of frames and panels to protect walls. 121 feet per 6" x 6" sheet. Feet measure approximately 1/2" diameter.

These feet were used in the projects shown in additional images. Fused glass business card hold created by glass artist Teresa Batten using System 96 Opal Art glass and mold #80656. Fused glass cutting board by artist Erica Hampton. 

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