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    Cut a six or seven inch square section out and use it as a gripping device for removing stuck lids on jars.

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    I can give you one too! If you buy a 'router mat' you pay more, but if you go to the homewares section of wallyworld and get the same as shelf liner...its a lot cheaper!

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      Re: Use for old router mat

      Carpet padding works great also. If you know someone having carpet installed grab the scraps. They also work great for sanding small items.
      John T.

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