Magnets as tablecloth weights
Securing a tablecloth on a thin tabletopCustomer A. Miller from Germany writes:
Attaching a tablecloth to a thick wooden tableCustomer Davide Palma from Turin (Italien)
Hence, I drove an iron nail with a big head in each of the four table corners (see picture).
Opportunities for optimisationNote from the supermagnete team:
- Our neodymium magnets are generally not made for outdoor use. Please take down the magnets after each use and bring them inside. Or even better: You can use water-proff magnets that can stay outdoors permanently.
- Instead of a nail you can glue or screw small metal plates of the right size on the table
- If you have a metal garden table, you can also use magnets for fastening the tablecloth: Just snap the magnets over the tablecloth onto the table wherever it suits you best.
1 pc. 3,75 EUR ea.*Disc magnet rubber coated Ø 16,8 mm, height 9,4 mm, holds approx. 3,7 kg
1 pc. 1,96 EUR ea.*Disc magnet rubber coated Ø 16,8 mm, height 4,4 mm, holds approx. 1,5 kg
1 pc. 2,63 EUR ea.*Disc magnet Ø 20 mm, height 5 mm, holds approx. 6,4 kg
10 pcs. 0,31 EUR ea.*metal discs self-adhesive Ø 16 mm
10 pcs. 0,32 EUR ea.*metal discs self-adhesive Ø 20 mm
10 pcs. 0,28 EUR ea.*metal discs with countersunk hole Ø 18 mm
10 pcs. 0,37 EUR ea.*metal discs with countersunk hole Ø 23 mm
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