All of our Picture Frame Rubber Bumpers are made of 100% polyurethane. No plasticizers, oils or fillers are added during their manufacture as is often the case with lower-end bumper products. They are non-staining and non-marring; crack resistant and resilient.
Bumpers are supplied "kiss-cut" on protective peel & stick backing pads of 25 bumpers per pad, ready to use.
To apply, simply peel off individual bumpers from the backing pad as needed and apply to the bottom corners of the back side of your frame--no nails, screws or drilling required.
- Lay the frame
face down on a blanket or soft surface.
- The bumper
application area on the back side of the frame should be
smooth, clean, free of debris, dry, not greasy or
- You will need to
place one bumper at each bottom corner of the frame
only--bumpers are not needed at the top of the
- For metal
frames, a dome-style rubber bumper should be applied on top of the steel corner connecting
plate at each of the frame's bottom corners.
- For wood frames,
a flat-style rubber bumper should be applied close to but not over the edge of the
frame at each bottom corner.
- If more standoff
distance from the wall is required, use our higher
cylindrical rubber bumper .
- Pick rubber
bumpers from the pad by grasping them on the sides
between thumb and forefinger. Do not touch the bumper's
- Press bumpers
firmly into place. Once a bumper is in place, do not
attempt to reposition it--this will ruin the adhesive
- Frames may be
hung immediately, but there is a 24-hour dwell time after
bumper application before maximum adhesion is