In cabinetry, a bumper pad is a small cushioning material that is typically placed on the interior corners of cabinet doors and drawers. Bumper pads are usually made of rubber, silicone, or felt, and are designed to prevent cabinet doors and drawers from slamming shut and causing damage to the cabinet or its contents.
When a cabinet door or drawer is closed, the bumper pad acts as a buffer between the door or drawer and the cabinet frame, absorbing the impact and preventing the door or drawer from closing too forcefully. This helps to prevent damage to the cabinet or its contents, as well as reducing noise caused by slamming cabinet doors and drawers.
Bumper pads can be easily installed in a variety of cabinetry applications, including kitchen and bathroom cabinets, office furniture, and other types of storage units. They are a simple and cost-effective way to protect your cabinetry and extend its lifespan.