Chair Wheels

Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by Prior22, Mar 25, 2011.

  1. Prior22
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    I have a computer chair with five wheels that I'd like to temporarily move closer to my tv to play games with. Problem is that it leaves marks on the carpet. I know about the old tennis ball method, but is there any other method out there that might allow for more mobility in terms of moving the chair with ease? Thanks.
     
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  3. Jugarina

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    What about those big computer desk hunks of plastic that grips the carpet. I used to have one of those years ago that covered a decent sized area in and around my desk floor. Was perfect for rolling around on with those 5 wheels from my office leather chair and the plastic was cheap to buy also at the store.
     
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    This.
    I have one right now and it's incredibly convenient.
    Though, after about a year you may need to replace it. Mines getting cracked and I just recently stepped on a spike of plastic that was sticking up >_> ow.
     
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    Pick chair up maybe.
     
  6. DrOctapu

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    Hell.
    This. That's probably the simplest solution, unless you're extremely lazy.
     
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