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#27539 May 24, 2008

There are several hardware store products that provide a rubber coating for tool handles and surfaces. One item is called Plasti Dip (usually in the paint department). It comes as a spray or in a can for dipping. Just brush it on the bottom of the #18 foot with a Q-tip, let dry and sew away. While you are at it, dip your scissor handles.

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#27544 May 24, 2008

Wonder if that would work on my teflon sheet... I attached elastic

strips to one piece so it would fit tight around the machine's table

attachment when I go to a class but would like to make one for my

cabinet. I was also thinking of that rubber paint one can use to

coat rug backs to make them non-slip but I have not seen it in years.

Judy in WV>coating for tool handles and surfaces



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#27545 May 24, 2008

This is very interesting stuff! Just found it here - and a whole heap

of other products as well!

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Trish

-from NSW Australia


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