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lisaf Apr 14, 2009 04:32 PM

I have 2 plastic, antibacterial cutting boards that I like except for one thing. They slide around on my granite countertop while I am trying to cut, chop, etc. Is there a product that has feet or some sort of non-slip padding on it to prevent this very problem?

Links to products or store suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.

  1. alwayscooking Apr 14, 2009 04:35 PM

    Use a damp tea towel or buy a small rubber mat (mine is a rubber 'net' with very large holes purchased by the yd at a hardware store).

    1. Joe Blowe Apr 14, 2009 05:22 PM

      You can use shelf liner (but a damp towel is really all you need):

      http://www.amazon.com/Grip-Shelf-Draw...
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        fauchon Apr 15, 2009 04:23 AM

        I put a pot holder underneath...or else one of those silicone pads...both stop the slipping equally well

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          grant.cook Apr 15, 2009 06:08 AM

          In kitchens, they often use the damp dishtowl approach, especially on stainless work surfaces.

          I did the same as an above poster recommended - found some cheap non-slip shelf liner (you could probably also use a piece of a carpet non-slip pad if you had some extra lying around.) Cut a couple of pieces, or one big one, to rest under the cutting board, and voila!

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          lesnfi Apr 15, 2009 06:17 AM

          Nice info

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