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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
from Boston MA
About Me Midrange Shopper
Comments about Solid Colored Braided Chair Pads:
Had been looking for chair pads for ages -- could either find the color I wanted in the wrong shape or vice versa -- these fit the bill in both departments. I'm very satisfied with them -- in fact, just ordered 6 more to use in my dining room as these have held up so well in my kitchen - (where, believe me, they get a LOT of use)!
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Awful tanish color
About Me Budget Shopper
These tan chair pads are not at all the color shown on-line or in the catalog. They are more of a tanish apricot. Miles Kimball wants to charge me for sending them back. Probably will not purchase from them again.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
Great chair pads.
from Dallas, Texas
The pads are used in the kitchen where there is a lot of activity. They really stay on the chairs and seem very durable.
Solid colored braided chair pads
from Gates, NC
The pads are used on our dining room chairs. These are great with the non slip rubber bottoms that keep the pads on the chair when you get up.
Perfect for the price!
from Dayton, NV
These are great for the price. They stick to any chair and offer just the right amount of padding for my use. Just wish they hadn't run out of the tan ones! :)
Braided Chair Pads
By Night Owl
These pads are the prefect size and shape for my chairs, and the non-slip backing is just what I had been looking for. However, overall quality is sketchy - the backing has been poked through the braiding at a number points and stitching is ragged. I ordered 2 sets. One set was completely unacceptable and has been returned for replacement. On this set, the non-slip backing was ripped and melted in several places, and the stitching on the braided side was badly tangled and protrusive (for those who sew, this appears like a horribly messed up tension setting).