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Do you line your kitchen cabinets with shelf paper

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I took all of my shelf paper out of my cabinets and just wiped them down real good. I got tired of the paper bunching up and sliding around.

post #2 of 9
I haven't lined kitchen cabinets in probably 25 years. I just put clean dishes on them, so I'm not sure why they would have to be lined.
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Nope. It's a pain to put in and a pain to maintain, and it's not worth the trouble. My shelves are clean ansd my dishes are clean, so what's the point?

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No but I do put down a foam mesh stuff on the shelves that I have my glasses/dishes on. That way the kids don't break them and they stay put. Also it is quit when people are getting them or putting them away. 

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I have lining on my really old cabinet shelves, but not the new ones.

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All my lower cabinets are particle board with particle board shelves. Drawers are all particle board as well. Yaaayy rolleyes.gif I line those so I'm reminded slightly less of how crappy they are lol

post #7 of 9

No.  I do have some under the sink, but not in the cabinets.

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I did to some of them when we first built our home 20 years ago...but I never replaced them.   Is that gross?  I do wipe them down.

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Not in this house.  I posted this question two years ago when we moved and I think I only got one response that said they did, and a Whole slew that didn't.  This time no liners - sure is a money saver, since at our old (new) house we had super expensive plastic liners with the lines on them to grip.  I had so many cupboards to do I never even finished before we moved!

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