North-Carolina-based CEF (Custom Educational Furnishings) designs furniture for schools. Classrooms need to be regularly cleaned, of course, and as with restaurants, once everyone's gone a staffer must flip chairs and stools upside down and place them on the tables in order to sweep and mop the floors.
But this isn't needed with CEF's Ed Tables, which have a far easier way to handle this: Metal stools offered in a variety of colors…
…and magnets beneath the worksurface that make quick work of getting the stools off of the floor.
Super simple, and a smart innovation. Additionally, the tables/stools come in two heights, and up on casters to be easily wheeled out of the way.
See more of CEF's stuff here.
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This could be ok for a specials room, like a steam lab or
Why not just put hooks on the outside of the cabinet?
My thoughts exactly. I would fear for my phone, laptop, etc.
So, what's the risk of this magnet erasing my phone??? It's a cool idea, but I worry about a magnet strong enough to hold a stool being strong enough to affect electronics?