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The resin fiber plastic and TPU glue used to make the washing machine foot pad. It has a high load bearing capacity, is tough and wear resistant, and is moisture and corrosion resistant.
The micro-grip traction pattern of our mechanical vibration damping pads completely eliminates the washer or dryer's floor movement and greatly reduces the transfer of vibrations from your washer/dryer to the floor, protecting it from scuffs and scratches as well as the appliance itself.
Washing Machine Stabilizer is compatible with any front-loading or top-loading washing machine, dryer, two-in-one combination, or other appliances of any brand, and can be installed side-by-side, stacked, or independently with or without a base.
It's not necessary to use any tools or adhesives. Simply lift your appliance safely, then place one of these pads beneath each appliance foot to effectively absorb vibrations and reduce noise. Compatible with washers and dryers, as well as other washers and dryers, installed side by side, stacked, or independently, with or without a base.
Not only for washing machines, but also for household appliances, sofas, table legs, chair legs, closet legs, and sofa legs, the washing machine anti vibration pad can be used.
Questions & Answers
Is it possible for them to work with concrete?
Mine are in the basement, on ceramic tiles, with a noticeable slope to the floor. The cloth washer still moves from time to time, depending on the load, but the movement is much smaller than it was before; where there was a one-foot movement before, the current movement is less than an inch, and the movement is not as violent as it was before, and vibrations are not visible. It should, I believe, work on a cement floor as well.
Why does it say that increasing the outside air pressure will make it more powerful?
I'm not sure what I'm saying. The message they're trying to convey, I believe, is that the showerhead works well with low pressure and volume. It's a good shower head that does its job well. I've had mine for a couple of months and I'm in love with it.
Is there a flow regulator on the diverter that connects the indoor pipe to the nozzle, and if so, how easy is it to remove it?
The flow regulator is located on the main pipe, and it is simple to install and remove. It controls the flow of the entire detachable shower head.
Is it necessary to add at least one white topper or can you just use the dark grey bottom part?
They cling to each other. I believe you should combine the two.