Eames office chair over the floor and make a grille sound? Are they really hard to shoot? I came across a cheap and easy way to fix the problem. All you need is an old piece of carpet
First, you must prepare each Eames office chair by making sure the bottom of each leg is flat. Use wood file to smooth the surface of each leg. In addition to being flat, each leg must level with the floor. This ensures that the entire surface of the carpet rides the floor. If not, you will get uneven wear and tear. Measure at the bottom of a chair leg. It should be about an inch from an inch. Take the measurement to your carpet and cut 4 squares for each chair. For now you will work with boxes because it will be much easier.
With the entire Eames office chair up and down, take Elmer’s glue and put a click on each bottom. Make sure the entire surface is covered. Now take all your matte pieces and apply glue to all of them. Again, ensure that the entire surface is covered. Leave the glue as for about five minutes. Now place all the carpet pieces on the chair bottom. Twist the pieces in place to secure a good band. We have nothing to do here for the rest of the day. Carpet cushions will need to dry overnight. Today we will test pillows to ensure they are good and dry. A good jerk everybody will check that. Use the edge of the chair leg as guide, walk around each block and trim away the excess. When done, make a test scoot over your kitchen floor and see how easy they slide.