|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|05-27-2007 11:37 PM|
|Bermuda30||That cabinet no-slip stuff hot glued to the bottom works well too. Maybe too well sometimes. Just don't do cups, they spill less when they can slide a bit.|
|05-26-2007 07:42 PM|
|sailingdog||Just coat the top of the table with a nice layer of rubber cement.. and let dry. I assure you, the plates won't slide.|
|05-26-2007 03:41 PM|
Home made non skid for plates
Actually I have seen this done, and have been thinking of doing it. The last two boat shows I went to did this for the plates and glasses. They had these in the powerboats I saw (I am will be struck by lightning at any moment). The plates G refered to are expensive as heck. Most of us do not have any money left after taking care of our boats so we need something to eat our spam on.
|05-26-2007 12:26 PM|
Just make sure the silicone is dry before you put the plates down
I see that as a possible solution. Why don't you just buy the ones with the rubber or the sticky mats??
Silicone will cone off after a while
|05-26-2007 12:23 PM|
Home made non skid for plates, etc
hey, somebody at WM suggested buying cheap plates, and running a ring of silicone around the bottom, for non skid.
anyone ever do this (or willing to admit to above?)