Merryartist
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      • Review count
        1
      • Helpfulness votes
        1
      • Average rating
        5.0
        5 out of 5
      • First Review:
        May 1, 2018
      • Last Review:
        May 1, 2018
       
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          Merryartist's Reviews
           
          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. Color: Sandtone.
           
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          Used for backing on decorative tiles used for coasters. They seem fine, but I just started makin...
          PostedMay 1, 2018
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          Used for backing on decorative tiles used for coasters. They seem fine, but I just started making them using alcohol inks so I haven't had
          adequate time to make sure the product holds up, They are very easy to cut to fit the tile and the bonus is that they don't have to be glued
          on--they stick well after I use a brayer to make sure they adhere well.
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          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. Color: Sandtone.
           

          Could I cut this to use as a cork backing for tile coasters I am making? Would it hold up to gett...

          Asked by
          Sharon
          November 4, 2017
          Could I cut this to use as a cork backing for tile coasters I am making? Would it hold up to getting damp?
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          Merryartist
          May 1, 2018
          Answer: 
          I've used it on coasters and it seems to adhere well after using a brayer to make sure it sticks well. Have not
          used them but believe the cork will serve it's purpose.