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Shelf Liners

Looking for a quick and easy way to decorate your cabinets and shelves? Try putting down some contact paper or a shelf liner. Available in an assortment of different colors and patterns, you’ll be able to find the perfect one that matches your decor and sense of style. Whether you’re looking for something to line the drawers in your bathroom or the cabinets in your kitchen, you’re sure to find one you love at Walmart.

Should I put a shelf liner in my drawers and cabinets?

There are many reasons to use shelf liners in your cabinets and drawers. If your kitchen cabinets are made of wood, a shelf liner can help protect them and keep them in good shape for longer by absorbing moisture from dishes that aren’t completely dry. If your cabinets are laminated, it’s not necessary, but a shelf liner can add a pop of pizzazz to your already existing decor and tie the room together. If you have delicate ceramic plates or glassware, a lightly padded or grip shelf liner can also help protect your cabinets and your dinnerware. A shelf liner in your bathroom cabinets and drawers can make it easy to clean up any spills from toothpaste tubes, makeup bottles, or cleaning products.

Can I easily remove an old shelf liner?

If you like to change your contact paper frequently or live in a rental, choosing a shelf liner without adhesive can be a good option. Shelf liners without an adhesive backing are lightweight pieces of paper that can be taped down with a few small pieces of double-sided tape. If you use a shelf liner with an adhesive backing or need to remove an old piece of shelf liner, gently pry up a corner with a putty knife. Peel it back until it gets to a point where it feels too sticky, then spray the adhesive side of the paper with some warm, soapy water or an adhesive remover.

I’ve already covered my cabinets and drawers, how else can I use contact paper?

Have some paper left over after you’ve already covered your cabinets, shelves, and drawers? Looking for a quick and easy home project? You can use shelf liners all over the house, not just in your kitchen or bathroom. Have a bakers rack that you want to personalize? Put some thick contact paper on top of the shelves to make it your own. A plastic shelf liner can also prevent small items from falling through the metal grates, perfect for keeping utensils or other small items in their place.

Have little ones? A sheet of contact paper makes a great coloring or activity mat that can help keep your tables clean. You can also cut shelf liners into fun shapes, letters, or designs to make learning fun. Does your little one like to build forts? Make your own building blocks by covering old boxes with contact paper.