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Con-Tact

Model # 04F-C6421-06VP

Internet # 100388887

Store SKU # 570118

Specialty Coverings 48 in. x 18 in. Cork Liner

$9.97 /each

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Model # 04F-C6421-06VP

Internet # 100388887

Store SKU # 570118

The Con-Tact Specialty Coverings 48 in. x 18 in. Cork Liner is made of 100% natural cork with an adhesive backing. It is great for lining shelves and drawers, and for covering bulletin boards.

  • Self-adhesive natural cork
  • Great for drawers and bulletin boards
  • Absorbs moisture and odors
  • Gridded paper backing for easy measuring and installation
  • Easy to cut
  • Note: product may vary by store

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
2.5 
Product Height (in.) 
2.5 
Product Length (in.) 
18 
Product Width (in.) 
18.1 
Details
Adhesive backing 
Yes 
Color Family 
Sandtone 
Color/Finish 
Sandtone 
Kitchen Product Type 
Drawer and Shelf Liners 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
N/A 

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can I attach this to a wall in m kitchen to use as board to tack pictures, papers etc for display

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Peo, Il
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October 20, 2015
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Most likely not. It would give the appearance of a cork board, but you'd essentially be pinning things into your wall, as this liner is thin... less than 1/8" thick. Also, because of that thickness, it crumbles and would chip off when you attached and unattached your items. This is a good shelf liner, but that's probably it's best function.
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October 12, 2015
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Yes, it can be adhered to a wall. However it is only .01 inches thick so we do suggest that you adhere to foam core board to make it thicker so tacks don't go through the liner and into your wall.
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Could I use this over my Windows to keep heat in and cold out a little bit ???

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Baltimore, M.D.
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November 23, 2015
I have two windows that lose heat too much. I'm hoping to 'Slow down' the heat loss when that area is being heated.
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probably not the best choice-- it will stick to your windows, it has to be cut to shape, and will be hard to get off-- you will get NO light in.
a better choice is probably insulating fabric-- I sew velcro tabs on my curtains, and don the fabric, and can take it off when I don't want or need it just google "insulating fabric, insulating curtains, etc. you can get remnants pretty cheaply.
alternately, a Read More
probably not the best choice-- it will stick to your windows, it has to be cut to shape, and will be hard to get off-- you will get NO light in.
a better choice is probably insulating fabric-- I sew velcro tabs on my curtains, and don the fabric, and can take it off when I don't want or need it just google "insulating fabric, insulating curtains, etc. you can get remnants pretty cheaply.
alternately, a friend uses a different system in the winter-- he has cut a piece of rigid foam to the shape of the window-- 2 " works well, then sewn a cover for it-- puts them up in the winter, down in the summer. makes it dark-- but he has NO insulation & has covered it with light fabric.
if you're in the bucks, you can also buy honey-comb insulated shades for $100 or so each Read Less
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Can I use this on my laundry room cabinet shelves?

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June 17, 2015
The product specifications for this say that it is not to be used on lacquered or urethane surfaces. I am wondering if it is safe to use on the shelves in my laundry room cabinets. The existing finish is pretty beat up so I thought that this might get it to last longer.
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June 18, 2015
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Hello Rnstew,
Thank you for your question!
This product is not recommended for lacquered or urethane surfaces because the adhesive can damage the surface.
If you are not worried about it messing up the finish,you can certainly use this contact paper.
Have a great day,
Christine
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Finished Result Just Ok I bought this with the hope that it would be a nicer looking alternative to typical contact paper patterns, and that it would be a softer liner for my glass and ceramic dishes. It hasn't met my expectations. The installation was more difficult than other liners, as the other reviews have stated. If you even slightly bend it, it breaks. If you aren't unrealistically cautious in pulling back the backing, it chips (see photo), and at this cost per roll, wasting a piece is a costly concern. After the tedious install, it still doesn't perform as you would hope cork liner would. It crumbles at the front edge of the shelf, it isn't much softer than the unlined shelf, and the texture is rough to the touch. The only upside is that it does look nicer than most contact papers. With that being the only positive element, I can't recommend this product. October 20, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Looks good; difficult to cut/peel The corkboard is really thin, which is wonderful for lining shelves. However, this makes peeling the backing paper off a bit difficult. If you don't do it just so, the adhesive stays half-on the paper and the cork crumbles. It looks great once applied, and it seems to stick really well. Just be careful cutting and peeling to avoid crumbles. August 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cork liner used in drawers I recently lined kitchen drawers and shelves with cork lining. It provides a cushioned surface for china and glassware thus avoiding chips; it is easy to clean; it is attractive. Installation requires careful measuring and handling. Use a sharp knife (craft knife or a box cutter with fresh blades). Use spray adhesive to augment the adhesive backing. Cork lining is well worth the effort it requires to fit and install. December 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great product it's a bit pricey, but really makes my pantry look so much nicer. easy to install. September 18, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome! I am working on doing some small touch-ups to my kitchen. I decided to replace the old cabinet liners with this cork liner. It looks great, easy to wash, and keeps a natural look! April 11, 2010
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