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Please tell me about your cork shelf/drawer liners.

Posted by mjocean (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 16, 13 at 16:37

Hi,

Our cabinets are being installed this week, so excited! I've read several threads about shelf liners and the 2 that interest me are the cork liners and Comfy Cupboards. Comfy Cupboards seem very expensive, is it worth it? Where is the best site for the best price for CC?
How well do the cork liners hold up? Do they remain in place without adhesive? Can you easily slide your dishes/glasses/pans etc. over it? Can you recommend a site with good pricing for the cork?
I'm also open to learning about other options.
Thanks,
MJ


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RE: Please tell me about your cork shelf/drawer liners.

I found a few older thread discussing it.

Don't mean to hi-jack the thread but I have a related question.

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". That is why I am also interested in cork liners though regular liners are cheaper.

Is it a silly concern?

Here is a link that might be useful: Cork liner discussion


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RE: Please tell me about your cork shelf/drawer liners.

I put in the cork liners (Contact brand from Target I think) and have been very happy with them. I was a little concerned that if I needed to take one out and replace it the cork would be hard to get out in one piece, but it turned out not to be a problem. I'm much more pleased with the cork than any of the previous drawer liners I've used.


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RE: Please tell me about your cork shelf/drawer liners.

Hi Eleena & Rainwood,
Thank you for your feedback. Eleena thanks for the thread.
Rainwood how long was your cork applied before you replaced it?


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RE: Please tell me about your cork shelf/drawer liners.

Jenilink makes a bunch of roll cork, but I don't know how thick it needs to be. I know I saw it other place too, but I can't rmember where (looking for flooring at the time).


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RE: Please tell me about your cork shelf/drawer liners.

More discussions

Here is a link that might be useful: Liner discussions


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RE: Please tell me about your cork shelf/drawer liners.

Williamsem & Eleena,
Thank you, I will go out looking today!
MJ


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RE: Please tell me about your cork shelf/drawer liners.

So, what did you end up doing? Now I'm faced with the same decision :-)


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