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Piano Caster Cups
WCUP PRM MEDIUM PE – Premium Wooden, Polished Ebony


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Product Information of WCUP PRM MEDIUM PE Wooden Piano Caster Cups – Polished Ebony

The WCUP PRM MEDIUM PE are premium wooden caster cups for pianos produced by Benchworld. This is part of our Piano Caster Cups collection.

Benchworld’s Premium Medium-Sized Solid Wooden Caster Cups in polished ebony finish are the best choice for a Grand Piano with smaller wheels. The new design has three ripples on the side and a wider inner diameter for the wheel. The outer diameter is about 4″ and the inside diameter is 2.5″. This item comes in a set of 3 with black adhesive felt. The felt will be easy to slide whereas the rubber makes it harder to slide the piano.


  • Set of 3
  • Polished Ebony
  • With Felt
  • Inner Diameter: 2.5″
  • Outer Diameter: 4″
  • Great for grand pianos with smaller wheels

If you’re seeking a reliable solution to safeguard your piano and flooring, caster cups are essential accessories that ensure optimal protection and stability. Get caster cups WCUP PRM MEDIUM PE for your piano today.

Caster Cups (Piano Floor Protectors) For Flooring Preservation

Caster cups are vital accessories for pianos, serving to safeguard both instrument and flooring. Crafted from sturdy materials like wood or plastic, these cups are specifically designed to bear the weight of pianos, distributing them evenly across their surface. By doing so, they prevent the piano’s casters—often made of metal—from piercing or denting hardwood, tile, or carpeted floors, preserving their integrity. This protective measure also mitigates potential damage caused by piano movement, ensuring stability during play or relocation. Ultimately, caster cups serve as a reliable barrier between delicate flooring and the substantial weight and movement of pianos, maintaining both in prime condition.


How to Put Caster Cups Under Piano

Placing caster cups under a piano can help protect your floor from damage and stabilize the piano. Here's a step-by-step guide to doing it safely and effectively:

Materials Needed:

  • Caster cups designed for piano
  • A friend or helper
  • A lever (optional, for heavier pianos)
  • Soft cloth or padding (optional)


  1. Choose the Right Caster Cups
    Ensure you have the appropriate caster cups for your type of piano (upright or grand). They should be able to support the weight and fit the size of the casters.
  2. Prepare the Area
    Clean the floor where the piano will be placed to remove any debris that might scratch the surface. You can also place a soft cloth or padding around the area to protect the floor during the process.
  3. Position the Caster Cups
    Place the caster cups roughly where each leg or wheel of the piano will rest. For a grand piano, you’ll need three caster cups (one for each leg), and for an upright piano, you’ll need four (one for each corner).
  4. Lift the Piano
    • With a Helper It’s best to have at least one other person to help you. Together, carefully lift one end of the piano just enough to slide the caster cups underneath the legs.
    • Using a Lever For heavier pianos, you might use a lever. Place a sturdy piece of wood or metal under the edge of the piano and carefully press down to lift the piano slightly. Slide the caster cup into position with your other hand or have someone assist you.
  5. Slide the Caster Cups Under the Casters
    Once the piano is lifted, slide the caster cup under the caster. Make sure it’s centered under the wheel or leg.
  6. Lower the Piano Gently
    Carefully lower the piano onto the caster cup. Ensure that the leg or wheel sits securely in the cup. Repeat this process for each leg or wheel.
  7. Check Stability
    After all caster cups are in place, check the stability of the piano. It should be stable and level. Adjust the position of the caster cups if necessary.


  • Be Careful with Heavy Lifting
    Pianos are extremely heavy, and improper lifting can cause injury or damage to the piano and floor. If the piano is particularly large or heavy, consider hiring professional movers.
  • Use Proper Lifting Techniques
    When lifting, bend your knees and keep your back straight to avoid strain.
  • Check for Damage
    Regularly check the caster cups for any signs of wear or damage and replace them if needed to ensure continued protection for your floor and stability for your piano.

By following these steps, you can safely and effectively place caster cups under your piano, protecting both your instrument and your flooring.

If you’re uncertain about which variety of caster cups would best suit your piano, feel free to reach out to us. Our team is happy to assist you in selecting the perfect caster cups to meet your specific needs and preferences.

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