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  • Jacqui @ Soul Lovely

    Vinyl floor tiles on wire shelves. This is brilliant! I can do this in rentals without taking the back of the pieces of vinyl tiles - and then it just moves to the next one with us.

  • Secilanne Amlotte

    Use self-adhesive vinyl floor tiles on wire racks in pantry or bathroom to create flat, even surfaces. Ooh, I might try this in my pantry - it drives me NUTS when tin cans don't stand up straight on the wire shelves!

  • Amanda Adams

    For the wire shelves in the laundry room if needed Vinyl floor tiles on wire shelves - why did I not think of this?! I hate everything tilting to the side because if the slots. Brilliant idea!

  • Brenda B

    Self Stick tiles for wire shelving. I need to do this!! I hate the wire racks!

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