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Old 11-21-2010, 11:30 AM   #1
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Cabinet liners

We're rookies at this full timing, and we're having a hard time finding cabinet liners that don't bunch up as you travel. Any ideas that are working for you? Thanks! David
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I use the non-slip shelf liner. There are two kinds. One is thinner and gets "hard" as it ages. The other (better) is a softer, thicker, spongy material. I like the latter best.
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use the soft rubber type found at Walmart
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use the soft rubber type found at Walmart
Also use it under things setting on the counter and table.

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I use a product manufactured by Ozite, it is used for Headliners, and used to cover ceilings in RV's and Boats. It was used extensively on motorhome ceilings until the recent change to vinyl. You may even have this product in the bottom of a closet, or cupboard already. It really works well. and its washable if it gets soiled, we have used it since the mid 90's, we really like it and would use nothing else. Another benefit of this fabric that it insulates, I have put it on the floor under any cabinet, almost like carpeting, keeps the area warmer in the window time.

Here is a link to the Manufacturers website. RV parts/repair stores, and sometimes dealerships, may have a roll of it in stock, also some upholestry shops carry it.

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