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all been there – you're home alone and want to move around some furniture, but
you could really use some help!
‘EZ Moves,' a do-it-yourself furniture moving system that we tried out in a
Does it Work? test.
Hayman is in the middle of a big move. She's just getting settled into her new
place, still unpacking boxes and finding the perfect place for furniture, so we
thought she would be the perfect person to test EZ Moves.
product claims to give you 10 times your natural strength.
looks like it could be useful, and these are pretty heavy, so I'm hoping it'll
work," Emily said.
EZ Moves is unpacked and put together and the pads are in place, the furniture
should slide easily. Emily tried it out on her sectional couch.
things are really hard to move," she said. "As you can see, my floors are
unfinished, so there's a ton of friction with the bottom of the couches and the
with the EZ Moves pads in place, there was a lot less effort required on Emily's
put, like, no effort into it. It made it really easy," she said. "I would give
them a ‘B' because it's kind of hard to get them out from behind the couch, but
they are very easy to use, the instructions are simple, it took about two
seconds to put together."
held onto the EZ Moves for future furniture moving, and the $19.99 product
slides through the test with a passing grade.