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Big Horn 19410 Tool Box Cushioned Liner, 16-Inch by 7-Feet
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- Non-slip; keeps tools from sliding
- Provides thick, protective cushion for tools
- Provides enhanced safety
- Increased protection againts natural wear, tear & scratching
- Non adhesive application
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Large 16-inch by 7-Feet non-slip liner protects tools as well as the tool box. Cut to size with scissors. Washable, moisture & mold resistant. With added protection of rust and corrosion inhibitors. Non-slip; keeps tools from sliding. Provides thick, protective cushion for tools. Increases safety. Protects against scratching and marring. No adhesive needed. Can be used in tools boxes, tackle boxes and shelves.
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That being said, it (several rolls) left me with lots of scrap pieces. They are good for china cabinets to put under things that might slip or slide. I put one in a kitchen drawer underneath a plastic flatware organizer, and it kept it from sliding. There are materials designed specifically for kitchen shelves that won't work nearly as well, but the trade off is that this looks good in a tool chest but not in a kitchen. If it's covered by something completely, that won't matter.
I'd recommend it for most applications, but it's not a solid mat. Solid mats won't keep things in place as well, but might be best for the tops of metal cabinets or benches where abuse is more of an issue than sliding.
My only gripe with it is that cutting along the dots does not actually give you right angles, so there is definitely some fussing you have to do if you want an edge-to-edge fit of the material. That being said, it is a roll of foam, and I am probably expecting too much out of it.
I would purchase it again.
The friction qualities are OK but not great and the liner tends to slide on a metal shelf.
The liner itself is about 1/16" thick, pretty soft (foamed plastic?) and easy to cut with scissor or knife. I ended up using a knife. It is not tacky so it's easy to put it into the drawer and then flatten it out. It won't shift easily when it is under tools and stuff or if it is cut to fit. Also, it is not solid. Up close it looks like netting with really thick and soft twine, but flat. OK, words aren't working. It has a regular pattern o little tiny holes. The holes are tiny enough that they don't bother me.