"Sometimes I will use a cork on the feet of the key and use some felt on the body where the feet hit the body"
Just to clarify, my comment referred to critical linkages.
Just look at any natural cork that has spent some time in a linkage. It is crushed to around 1/2 its thickness or less. I don't know about you, but for me that is a major change in adjustment. A customer would have to come back every few months for adjustment until that cork stopped compressing. That, to me, is "broke", and needs fixing. The very high density synthetic felt from Kraus and others, and the higher grades of agglomerated cork, deal with this issue far better than natural cork does.
All IMO of course, based on seeing results of actions over 45 years.