glue slip pad to base of Murata?

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glue slip pad to base of Murata?

Post by Jeffrey Armbruster » Sun Jan 15, 2017 8:19 pm

I just got a little anti-slip pad from SBM. My left thigh angles slightly towards the floor in my chair. I really didn't have a slippage problem but I got the pad anyway. Is there a downside to gluing (???) or taping this pad to the Murata foot itself, so that I don't have to go looking for the pad every time I stand up and forget that it's on my thigh?
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Re: glue slip pad to base of Murata?

Post by Lovemyguitar » Sun Jan 15, 2017 10:43 pm

Sure, why not? Maybe try some double-sided tape instead of glue, perhaps a small piece to start to see if you actually like having it there before going all out. Can't do any harm, can it?

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Re: glue slip pad to base of Murata?

Post by keithwwk » Tue Jan 17, 2017 5:15 am

You actually need not need to glue the whole base. Just paste some on the contact points is much nicer.
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Re: glue slip pad to base of Murata?

Post by pima1234 » Sat Jan 21, 2017 5:30 am

Yes, just paste small pieces on contact points.

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