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Old 10-31-2013, 06:59 AM   #15
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I've never had any luck with the rubber stuff. In my last 4 coaches, I've installed 'indoor/outdoor' carpet in every cabinet and every drawer. It lays flat, doesn't shift and if you're a bit paranoid, then 'carpet grip' double sided tape works wonders. It's relatively easy to cut using a pair of scissors and it will outlast your coach.
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We use this grey stuff everywhere as well. Originally we were buying it in the form of floor mats, but then I found they sell it like floor runner, from rolls, cut to any length you want? That made the stuff a little more versatile for our needs, and just about eliminated any waste/leftovers? Cut to size, it's heavy enough to stay put on it's own. Cabinets, drawers, stair wells, wherever. -Al
Ahicks--where did you find it in runner form? The only way we have found it is in the rectangle at Lowe's. I can see that the runner length would probably reduce the waste. We'd also like to find a brown or beige color again rather than the grey….
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Home Depot, available by the foot:
Multy Home Concord Charcoal 26 in. x 50 ft. Roll Runner-MT1000124EAUS at The Home Depot
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I've been using the Rubbermaid shelf liner for years. In the early days when DW and I were living in out '87 Toyota Dolphin, I used an office type Swingline stapler to tack down the liner. Now that I'm older and wiser, I use the more modern stable gun with the shorter of the available staples. They are easy to remove if a change is needed with the good old office staple remover.
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Thanks for the info Ahicks. At first glance it looks heavier than the Ecorug, but looks like it might be perfect for the outdoor storage bays. We'll check it out!
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