Eco-Friendly Shelf Liner?

Eco-Friendly Shelf Liner?

Cambria Bold
Mar 31, 2010

Q: My husband and I are buying our first home. I'm slowly packing up less-used kitchen items to put a dent in the packing. Do you have any suggestions for eco-friendly shelf liner? I grew up with my mother using contact paper. My mother-in-law uses the contact no-slip-but-not-sticky liner in her cupboards. I could use old tea towels, but I'd like to use something that will stay put for the most part.

Sent by Rachel

Editor: Rachel, we might recommend a cork liner. We know of a few options: there's a Williams-Sonoma Cork Liner for $20. Target also sells a Natural Adhesive Cork Shelf Liner for $10, and Contact even has a non-sticky version for $8.50.

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