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Another Q about shelf liners

Posted by eleena (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 17, 13 at 11:49

I used several different contact liners in the past and cannot say I was thrilled with any of them.

My concern is that any non-breathable liner may end up damaging the shelf/drawer surface b/c it cannot "breathe". Is it a silly concern?

Also, do you know if Cushy Cupboards are breathable?

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RE: Another Q about shelf liners

I've seen a lot of contact paper pulled up after years on the cupboard shelves. The only "damage" I've seen is sticky paper that doesn't really come up very well.

RE: Another Q about shelf liners

I use a cushy cupboard lookalike from Lowes. It does not stick to the shelf.

RE: Another Q about shelf liners

Thank you both!


What is yours called? I have not seen Cushy Cupboards, so I wouldn't know what to look for.

RE: Another Q about shelf liners

Bump :-)

RE: Another Q about shelf liners

I'm trying to find my extra roll of liner. I attached a link to a photo of cushy cupboard. Mine looks like it but maybe not as good. Its a regular product at our lowes. It has a little "cush" to it but not much. You can even put it in the washer but I haven't tried that.

Here is a link that might be useful: cushy cupboard

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