Cork Self-Adhesive Drawer & Shelf Liner
Difficult to work with
I bought a couple rolls of this to use on a pantry shelf, which required making a template first. Once I cut it out and started peeling off the back, the cork started to crumble regardless which end or area I tried peeling. The instructions say to use a hair dryer if you have problems, so out came the dryer. That softened it up some, but then the adhesive on the cork started separating. I finally got the backing off--the entire backing in little pieces, and the project completed, but it was extremely frustrating. It looks ok, but what should be one nice long application, is in sections because it needed to be pieced here and there where it had crumbled.
September 19, 2014
Works but adhesive may damage your cabinets
This cork liner works nicely for the most part, but after having it installed for 5 years, it did not come out of the cabinets without a serious fight. Particularly where the heaviest pans had been sitting, the adhesive was basically permanent. We had to struggle to peel this off, and most of the adhesive was left behind on our cabinet bottoms. I literally had to sand off the adhesive with my palm sander (we were renovating the kitchen and painting the insides of the cabinets anyway) and it took an entire day.
March 28, 2014
My cabinets look amazing
We revamped our kitchen and I used the solid easy white liner on the upper cabinets (which will have glass doors) and the cork adhesive liner on the bottom cabinets and drawers (which will have solid doors). The adhesive was easy to use and I was able to adjust a bit if I had to. Cutting was also pretty easy as there are guidelines on the back (this was hugely helpful). And the end product looks AMAZING! Softens noise, keeps things from shifting as drawers open and close, etc. Really happy with this purchase!
February 24, 2014
Depends what you want it for
Very thin. I was using it to line the back of a photo frame so it was perfect but it is very delicate... cracks easily.
I am sure it is fine for a drawer liner.
February 19, 2014