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Cork in drawers, something else in cabinets

Posted by strayer (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 6, 14 at 19:17

I read an old thread about lining drawers and cabinets and a couple of folks recommended buying a roll of cork about 1/8" thick and lining the drawers with that.

I am wondering if that is working out well longer term -- wear and tear, shifting, moisture, etc.

For the cabinets, I have used "life liner" in the past and might do that again, but if anyone has another recommendation I would love to hear it.

Getting closer, hope I can take pictures that are good enough for a decent "reveal."

Thanks!


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RE: Cork in drawers, something else in cabinets

Do a search on this forum for a product called Cushy Cupboards. I found out about the product here and did all my kitchen drawers and cabinet bottoms. Fantastic product!


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RE: Cork in drawers, something else in cabinets

I will search that, thanks!


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