Slicing the Ball
A sharp blade makes the cutting a bit easier. Cut a slice approximately 1-inch long, and then cut another slit perpendicular to the first to create an X-shaped slice. Push the ball onto the bottom of a chair leg through the X-cut to finish the chair slider.
Additionally, why do teachers put tennis balls on chair legs?
“Some teachers just find that tennis balls on the bottoms of chairs cuts down on noise when students are moving their chairs around, and makes it a little easier for smaller students to slide them around when doing group work,” Stephen Fields, spokesman for the Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board, said in an …
One may also ask, is it safe to put tennis balls on a walker?
Tennis balls, cut open and stuck on the bottom of walkers. … Tennis balls on walkers are unsafe, unsanitary and unattractive. They pick up and track germs, they make the walker unstable, they actually add to the wear and tear on the walker, and they are a disrespect to the person using the walker.”
Can you cut a tennis ball in half?
Tennis balls can be used for more that just playing games. … When they’re cut open, you can slide them onto furniture legs or walkers to protect your floors and move them around easier. If you cut a tennis ball in half, you can use the halves as massagers to help alleviate foot and back pain.
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