Hi Cameron. If you're looking for something to provide a little grip on a stand or similar it can be as simple as dots like this, many to choose from:https://multimedia.3m.com/mws/media/175691O/3mtm-bumpontm-protective-products.pdf
I like 3m, as they are what they say...rubber. Some "me too" products are actually vinyl. Rubber tends to be more benign with wood finishes, vinyl often less so. They all can interact over the long haul...too many variables involved to know for certain. They would even offer some bit of isolation, which is a subject of many discussions on this, and other, forums. I'll leave it at that.
Edited to add: I learned something here after my curiosity got the better of me and I ran down a rabbit hole. Bumpons, are in fact, urethane. As noted in this text lifted from product description it's often the plasticizers that interact with wood finish.3M Bumpon SJ Series Self-Adhesive Bumpers are pressure sensitive adhesive-backed polyurethane products that can be used as feet, stops, spacers and protectors in many applications. The urethane is a durable, resilient elastomer. The aggressive, high tack pressure sensitive adhesive is protected with a release liner making application fast and easy. The plasticizer-free urethane composition of the bumpons exhibit excellent skid resistance, long aging resiliency (will not crack or harden), abrasion resistance and resistance to marring and staining. Use 3M Bumpons almost anywhere slamming, scratching, nicking, scuffing, marring, sliding, vibration, or noise could be a problem for your product.