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Old 07-05-2007, 04:06 PM   #1
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Non-Slip Material


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I need a material for a tabletop. This material must have two qualities:
1. It cannot slip/slide around at all. It will get decently heavy use, but must stay in place.
2. It cannot be an actual adhesive of any kind (the worry is that it will leave residue).
I am thinking there might be some sort of clings out there that don't actually use an adhesive, or maybe something like the material on the bottom of a bath mat. Let me know if anyone has any ideas of what to get and where to find it. Thanks so much.
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Look in any flooring store for the mats that go under carpet runners. The same product is also sold for tool boxes so your tools do not slide around. One version has big bumps and the other is more like a beige table cloth.

If those do not work look at some of the google ads that are showing while you are viewing this post.

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