How to Apply / Remove WALLHACK Mouse Skates

PTFE & UHMWPE Dot Mouse Skates are low-friction pads are designed to replace the stock feet on a mouse, providing smoother gliding and reducing friction on various surfaces. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to apply and remove these essential accessories.

Applying PTFE/UHMWPE Mouse Skates:

  1. Prepare Your Desk: Find a clean and well-lit area to work in. Make sure you have all the necessary tools: replacement skates, tweezers/pry tool/fingernail, rubbing alcohol, and a microfiber cloth. Most of the time, some of these or alternatives may provided with skate sets.
  2. Clean the Mouse: Use the microfiber cloth dampened with rubbing alcohol, or the included alcohol pads, to thoroughly clean the bottom of your mouse. Remove any dirt, grease, or residue that may affect the adhesion of the new skates.
  3. Remove Old Skates (if applicable): If your mouse already has existing skates, carefully peel them off using your fingernail, tweezers or a pry tool. Take your time to avoid damaging the surface of the mouse. If you’re having issues, be sure to check out our guide below.
  4. Apply New Skates: Take one of the new skates and carefully align it with the corresponding area on the bottom of your mouse. Press down firmly to ensure proper adhesion. Repeat this step for each skate, making sure they are evenly spaced and aligned.
  5. Press It to Set It: Allow the adhesive on the skates to fully set for a few moments, and then flip the mouse over to the right side up. Next, put your hand on your mouse like you usually would when gaming and gently push downwards. 

That’s all there is to it! If you’re wondering how to remove PTFE or UHMWPE skates, be sure to check out this:

Removing PTFE/UHMWPE Mouse Skates:

  1. Prepare Your Desk: As with applying the skates, find a clean and well-lit area to work in. Gather your tools: tweezers/pry tool (or fingernail), rubbing alcohol, and a microfiber cloth.
  2. Peel Off Skates: Starting from one edge, carefully lift the skate using the tweezers/pry tool or your fingernail. Slowly peel it back, applying gentle pressure, to ensure it removes easily.
  3. Clean Residue: Once the skates are removed, use rubbing alcohol and a microfiber cloth, to clean any adhesive residue left on the bottom of the mouse.
  4. Apply New Skates (if desired): If you plan to replace the skates with new ones, follow the steps outlined in the “Applying PTFE/UHMWPE Mouse Skates” section above.

By following these step-by-step instructions, you can easily apply or remove PTFE/UHMWPE mouse skates, ensuring smooth and precise movements for your gaming needs. If you're looking to level up your gameplay, then be sure to check out our WALLHACK UHMWPE Dots!