yes, but you're going to destroy the surface you're playing on
replacing mouse feet is cheaper than replacing your mousing surface
I don't really see how it would wear of the pad. The surface that in is contact with the mouse pad is both very small and non-abrasive as the bearing balls are round. I don't think the pad is even necessary, a random rigid plastic surface would prolly work well.
The pad I have seems to be plenty rigid enough for the amount of weight I put on the mouse to last for over 9 thousand years at the least.
A mouse with a bigger surface of friction would probably wear a pad faster. So you'd be buying both more pads and teflon tape than me.