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Old 01-29-2011, 06:34 PM   #1
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Seeking Source for Shelf Liner in Motor Home

I have ordered a new motor home and would like to line the drawers and shelves with the carpet-like material used other areas of some RVs. The material I am seeking is about 1/8 inch thick and beige color. Anyone know of a source for this material?
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Old 01-29-2011, 06:49 PM   #2
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You can get the no slip rubber like shelf liner in beige/tan at any Walmart.
I would think anything carpet-like would be hard to keep clean and things would slide easy on it.
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Thanks, but we really don't like the rubber shelf liner. We have the fabric liner in our current motor home and really like it. It keeps things from sliding and provides some sound insulation as well.
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It might be an Ozite type carpet.

Try Lowes or Home Depot.
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Here are a couple of photos of the material I am seeking:

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I think the material you are looking for is availiable from NEWMAR parts. They use it in alot of their cabinets.
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What about a sewing center materials?
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The dinette drawers in our Bounder have the same thing. I found an almost identical material, slightly darker, at JoAnn Fabrics (probably way cheaper than I would've paid to get it from FW). Cut to fit & attach with spray adhesive.

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Thanks, I will check JoAnn Fabrics.
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I checked with JoAnn Fabrics and they do not stock this material. I also went to Home Depot. They have outdoor felt carpet that is similar but heavier.

Surely, there is a RV supplier for this material since it comes standard with some RVs. Any ideas?
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I found the material. It is called RV headliner fabric. It is made by Foss Manufacturig and is called Ozite. I was able to purchase it at H&R Fabrics in Phoenix, AZ.
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Looks something like the stuff to make your own cut to fit carpet in the walmart automotive area. Comes in a roll. Colors are limited, I have seen it only in dark color though

They have a make your own carpet for autos on the ozite site which may be the same as the stuff in walmart. Ozite labels it replacement carpet.

http://www.ozite.com/rprod.cfm?item=rp1
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