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TO SILENCE CHAIRS.

To enable chairs to be moved about on the floor without making noiso, treat the l»gs in this way. f Cut a piece of felt to fit the bottom .of each leg, and fix this with glue. Where sheet rubber of scmo thickness can bo Qbtained (such as a piece ' of old cycle tyre) this is cvon better than the felt.

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TO SILENCE CHAIRS., New Zealand Herald, Volume LXII, Issue 19085, 1 August 1925, Supplement

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TO SILENCE CHAIRS. New Zealand Herald, Volume LXII, Issue 19085, 1 August 1925, Supplement

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