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Most Helpful Reviews
I had bought these years ago for an intermidiate chest I had aquired. They have served well. They keep the tools in place when opening and closing the drawers.
I recently inherited some toole from my dad, most were in a roll away chest with an intermidiate chest on top. The drawers were lined with felt. I am sure that my mom spent a couple of hours fitting the felt to the drawer bottoms. Over the years though dirt, grime and wear,tear and spillage had had their toll on the felt liners. Since I had used these liners before I purchased a set to replace the old felt.
The intermidiate box drawers were too short for a direct replacement, so the liners had to be trimmed. This was fairly easy once I figured out a trick. Put the liners in the drawer and lpush the edge to the front of the drawer. Then take a steel rule or other staight edge and pyut it on top of the liner at the very back ov the drawer. TWith the rule flat against the drawer bottom and the edge against the back of the drawer, it is easy to run a utility knife between the rule and the drawer back. This will trim the liner almost perfectly. Once you have it down, it takes about three minutes per drawer.
I did pick some thing up from reading the other reviews, These liners have a different texture on either side. One side is a grainy pattern, the other looks like little suction cups. I really never noticed this before, I had however installed all the drawer liners with the little dots up. I will try to turn one of them (the drawer with the least tools) over and see if it makes a difference. A note on the packaging to this finish and its intended functionality would be helpful. However, even if installed upside down, they still work great.
These are cut poorly, I had to trim 1/8" off every one to lay flat in my bottom rollaway chest drawers. Sears drawer size has not changed in years not sure why they can't get the dimensions correct. Overpriced for what you get, really.
I love these, they come precut and fit perfect inside my rolling tool chests. I have a set in all 3 of them. They help keep my tools in place and helps to limit the amount that tools can move while opening and closes the drawers.
So one side has small circles that help it hold the bottom of the chest, and the foam top does help with a "little" padding. However, the foam is not non slip, and my tools slide all over the place from opening/closing the drawers.
Perfect fit for 26" x 18" drawers. Better than the roll mat stuff. Good deal if you can get them on sale (like half off)! Wish six came in the pack... as I have a 6 drawer Craftsman box!
Del Rio, TX
I bought this to line the new bundled storage chest I purchased. I like for my tools to stay put in the drawers and to reduce rattle. These were the perfect fit for the respective drawers and fulfilled my expectations.
Hot Springs National Park, AR
I would have been a lot happier with this product if they were on half price. The foam it a lot heartier than the roll mat that you cut yourself. I like the fact that they are cut to the exact dimensions of the box.
San Quentin, CA
Staten Island, NY
Santa Ana, CA
Grate tool liner and does everything it says its non slip and tear resistant I was carrying the tool chest and none of the tools moved from there spot everythibg stayed orginized
Elk Grove, CA
It's cut well, and since it comes rolled up, you'll need to toss some heavy flat objects on it first before you use it. It's a lot thinner than I had anticipated but it does the job.
Liners fit right into drawers with no cutting involved. In my old box I cut liners myself and spent hours trying to get them right. With these liners they dropped right in and I was done in about 5 minutes.
You can't really buy a brand new toolbox and then skimp out and not buy the drawer liners. The pre-cut liners make life so much easier so you concentrate on what you really want to be doing which is organizing your tools in your new box.
Los Angeles, CA
these are similar to a set I bought for my smaller cabinet 25 years ago. In cleaning out that cabinet to transfer, they are still in good shape. And I just jammed stuff in, hence the new bigger cabinet I bought these new liners for. A bit expensive so I bought rolls also - but it takes a lot of time to do all the cutting so in the end the value is about even. Plus these are solid so dirt won't get in, the rolls of mesh will.