[lug] mouse feet won't stay on

Jeff feenix at ticnet.com
Sun Nov 11 17:34:13 MST 2001

Have you tried some sort of epoxy?  Not glue, epoxy.  If that doesn't
work, how about felt pads.  Would that work?

"D. Stimits" wrote:
> I have a perfectly good wireless mouse, except that the little teflon or
> nylon feet fell off. Being teflon or nylon, they don't stick to the
> mouse very well. Unfortunately, lifting the mouse up slightly is
> required for the ball to match up against the internal bearing, and it's
> driving me nuts (it acts like it needs cleaning, but it is quite clean
> and free of dirt). Does anyone know how I can make the teflon or nylon
> feet stick? Else I think I'll drill holes in it, thread them, and insert
> nylon panhead screws (terribly risky). I don't want to keep buying new
> mice every time the little feet fall off (this one is logitech)...has
> anyone here figured out a way to do put those pesky feet back on? Or
> possibly I can find a liquid nylon kit, and machine small mechanical
> undercuts into the plastic, to mechanically lock it in (though I suspect
> a small nylon kit such as this would cost as much as a mouse).
> D. Stimits, stimits at idcomm.com
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