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Shelf liner in cabinets (?)

Posted by Cavimum (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 25, 12 at 14:32

I have not lined shelves since we moved in, almost 20 years ago. The choices have really changed over the past twenty years. Old habits dictate that I line the new cab shelves, up and down, but the selection is daunting.

With our new cabinets coming, I am curious about what everyone does? Does anyone do this anymore? Favorite brand or type?

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RE: Shelf liner in cabinets (?)

Here's one of my favorite shelf liner discussions from last year. The topic comes up fairly regularly. Not to disrupt current discussions, but I thought you'd like to read a past thread. :)

Here is a link that might be useful: Shelf liner types

RE: Shelf liner in cabinets (?)

Here's a link to the Internet search I ran to find that first thread. You can view other threads from this link. As you can tell if you read these, I'm very anti-shelf liner. YMMV!

Here is a link that might be useful: Internet search results

RE: Shelf liner in cabinets (?)

@breezygirl - Thank you for the link! I did a search in the Kitchen Forums and that did not come up, maybe because I searched 'liner' and not 'liners'.

RE: Shelf liner in cabinets (?)

You're welcome. Who knows why a search didn't turn them up. As we all know, the search function here bites the big one. I have much better luck doing an Internet search starting with:

Then whatever search words you want.

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