|Brand Name||The Board Dudes|
|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||48 x 24 x 0.1 inches|
|Item model number||DDT60|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||DDT60|
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Board Dudes 2' x 4' Hobby Cork Roll (DDT60)
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- Fine Grain cork roll provides a self healing surface that hides pin holes after use
- Roll measures 2' x 4' and is 3/32" thick
- Great for creating your own cork board
- Mounting tape NOT included
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Create your own cork board with this 4 foot long roll of cork. The roll is 2' wide by 4' long and is 3/32" thick. Great for the dorm room, office wall, bedroom wall or anywhere where you want to create your own cork board.
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Create your own cork board with the Board Dudes 2-x-4-foot Hobby Cork Roll. Ideal for use in dorm rooms, on office and bedroom walls, or anywhere you want to create your own cork board, this roll is made from natural cork. Due to natural cork's self healing properties, water resistance, and non-skid texture, the included cork is ideal for many other uses, including hobbies and crafts. This roll does not include mounting tape.
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To anyone else looking to purchase this for a similar project - this will do the job with two caveats: First, as the cork is thin (only 3/32") you will need to use a backer of some sort to make it thick enough for push pins. Most home improvement centers sell 4' x 8' sheets of foam for under $10. Second, this is suitable for smaller projects. I tried to build a 4' x 8' bulletin board on the cheap and 4 of these are a bit much to work with in one shot.
This stuff unrolls in chunks and pieces with large tears, and wants to curl back up into its roll shape. It doesn't stick well with any adhesive I've tried, which makes it all the harder to fit the pieces back together.
I don't want to try a wet adhesive like gorilla glue or mod podge because I'm afraid of what the cork will do if I wet one side, and of what will happen when I inevitably try to replace it. Even the best shelf liner doesn't last forever. I'm having the best results with a combination of a spray adhesive over most of the surface and double rows of Scotch brand double stick tape at the edges and 2-3" in from the edge. I'm putting all my heavy pots on top of it in the hopes that it will settle in to the new shape and accept the adhesive. But I'm dubious.
If I weren't two months into a kitchen remodel and DETERMINED to move into the kitchen today I would return this. It's crap. But I'm going to get it installed, and expect to replace it later. All 7 rolls of it. What a waste of money.
You just have to be careful when cutting out pieces.
Make sure you have a large enough surface to lay it out on and trace the shape with a china marker or even a pencil and cut with either a blade or scissors.
In the photo, I plan to glue down black heavy card stock over the cork.