|Forum topic by jayess111||posted 12-25-2012 11:28 PM||5364 views||0 times favorited||7 replies|
12-25-2012 11:28 PM
I recently had a tempered glass sheet made that sits freely on top of a wooden tabletop to protect the tabletop. The top is around 4 feet by 3 feet. The glass looks great but as it is secured to the wood by gravity only, there is always a chance of movement.
I don’t want to mark the wooden tabletop in any way as it was made years ago by my father who is now deceased.
Is there any way of making the connection between the glass and the wooden top more secure without damaging or marking the wood? I don’t want to drill or use glue, for example.
A post back in 2009 made mention of
“flexible plastic discs. They are clear, about 1/16” thick, and about the diameter of a nickel”.
Would this work and, if so, can anyone give more information about these discs – how well they work, the brand, where I can get them etc?
Any suggestions would be most welcome.