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    foreverromantic Posts: 177, Reputation: 1
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    Mar 9, 2019, 05:22 AM
    Problem with rolling chair
    My desk top computer is set up in my living room currently with a regular rolling office chair. My floors are ceramic tiles. The chair is about 2 years old. Recently something appears to be coming off the wheels and leaving black sticky marks on my tiles. I do not want to place any type of mat under this chair as it's in my living room. Now, I am constantly cleaning those marks on the tiles. Any suggestions to put something on those wheels to prevent this?
    Any info would be helpful. Thanks.
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    Specter1 Posts: 85, Reputation: 2
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    Aug 20, 2019, 07:08 PM
    If you can't clean the casters and don't want to put down a mat then pop the casters out using a flat blade screw driver and go to the hardware store for replacements. Choose ones with a different surface material than what you have now.

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