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Old 10-29-2013, 09:48 AM   #1
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lining your MH cabinets

I think this one would be fore the gals out there, I've been relining my kitchen cabinets in MH bought that rubber maid like stuff cut it to the size
and it lays down, but when you go to put your stuff bk , the rubber maid stuff moves
not suppose to do that, well I bought this "rug gripper " roll and you can cut
it any size to put under the rubber maid stuff to stick to cabinet, will the
bottom of cabinet is slick and it wont stay either, I thought about double sided tape, but if this Rug gripper wont stick I doubt the tape will. so my question what have you'll use. need help
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Old 10-29-2013, 10:17 AM   #2
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Bj,

Get yourself a can of 3M spray on adheisive, what i did is roll it up in the cabinet, spray the bottom of the cabinet , then unroll it, worked great
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Old 10-29-2013, 10:36 AM   #4
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Bj,

Get yourself a can of 3M spray on adheisive, what i did is roll it up in the cabinet, spray the bottom of the cabinet , then unroll it, worked great
The possible problems I see with that is the foam stuff eventually wears and tears, how would you remove it to replace it? Would you have to use a scraper or some kind of solvent?
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I use little squares of double sided tape. Works for the most part.
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Old 10-29-2013, 06:37 PM   #6
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We use "Ecorug" available at Lowe's. It's a lightweight low pile indoor/outdoor carpet that's easily cut with sharp scissors. We lined all the drawers, cabinets, and closets with this when we purchased our new '97 MA 16 years ago. The liner looked as good in 2013 as it did the day we put it down. It did not curl or shift and vacuum friendly. We just cut to fit each cabinet and loose laid it in. Cushions stuff in the kitchen and keeps things from sliding too badly. Granted it does take some time to finish the entire coach, but it was well worth it. We plan on using the same product when we get the new coach in the spring. A 6x8 ft rug is $18 at our local Lowe's and is available in a mid-grey. The '97 version was brown but we have been unable to find that color again.
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Old 10-29-2013, 07:28 PM   #7
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Thanks for the different advise now think about what to do. Geese wish they came lined.
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We use "Ecorug" available at Lowe's. It's a lightweight low pile indoor/outdoor carpet that's easily cut with sharp scissors. We lined all the drawers, cabinets, and closets with this when we purchased our new '97 MA 16 years ago. The liner looked as good in 2013 as it did the day we put it down. It did not curl or shift and vacuum friendly. We just cut to fit each cabinet and loose laid it in. Cushions stuff in the kitchen and keeps things from sliding too badly. Granted it does take some time to finish the entire coach, but it was well worth it. We plan on using the same product when we get the new coach in the spring. A 6x8 ft rug is $18 at our local Lowe's and is available in a mid-grey. The '97 version was brown but we have been unable to find that color again.
I have used the indoor outdoor carpet, works great
Also great for tool box drawer liner
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A thumbtack at each of the 4 corners works wonders if we're talking about the same "liner".
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I have used the indoor outdoor carpet, works great
Also great for tool box drawer liner
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
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Luckily our coach came with all the cabinets lined with rugs. To prevent the dishes and glasses from sliding around when stacked thou we do use the rubber shelf liner.
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The 3M shelf lining has two sides and one is more sticky than the other and you will notice that when you unroll it.
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3m shelf liner ...hummm
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Old 10-30-2013, 07:45 PM   #14
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Rubber grip liner like this stays in place:

Basic Grip Shelf Liner - White (12x5") : Target

Available in many stores.
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