Quartet Cork Tiles, Natural, 12 Inch x 12 Inch, Frameless, 8 Pack (108)

June 26, 2016 - Comment

Quartet cork tiles can be used individually or combined to fit any space. Product Features Natural cork panels with self-stick backing easily mount to create custom bulletin boards; mix, match and use push pins to hang items from the durable cork surface; 8 pack 1/4 inch thick cork tiles are modular to create a customized

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Quartet cork tiles can be used individually or combined to fit any space.

Product Features

  • Natural cork panels with self-stick backing easily mount to create custom bulletin boards; mix, match and use push pins to hang items from the durable cork surface; 8 pack
  • 1/4 inch thick cork tiles are modular to create a customized bulletin board that holds push pins tight; for light use in low traffic work environments
  • Each frameless tile is 12 x 12 inches; natural cork is self-healing for longer lasting use; adhesive tape included for fast and easy hanging in any space

Comments

Christine Kinder says:

Beware of the Self-Stick Pads Last Friday, my wife bought several packages of the Quartet Cork Tiles. She wanted to provide our daughter with a place to hang pictures etc. without taping them to her wall. The package claimed easy installation with no tools necessary and self-stick pads were included to fasten them to the wall. So far so good.It quickly became evident that the properties of the cork and the properties of the self stick pads exhibited an effect that NASA would be interested in. While the self stick pads adhered to the wall like gorilla glue, they rejected the presence of cork like Damien being dragged into church in the Omen. If NASA were to fashion a cork rocket and cover the launch pad in self-stick pads, the rocket would reach orbit very quickly indeed.Of course, the other property of the self-stick pads would them become apparent. They are virtually impossible to remove from anything but cork.Fortunately, I was able to fashion a solution. I cut a piece…

Lexi Gurl says:

How to Make These Work! I bought these a few months ago and had the same problem as everyone else who has posted. When I saw they were on sale at Staples for $2 a pack I decided to try again with a little more ingenuity involved. To make these work you need:1. 2 packs of the 4-set of cork board (this solves the fact that the cork is too thin to stick tacks into)2. Super glue3. Removeable adhesive pads (DO NOT use the ones provided in the pack, find ones that are actually designed to come off your wall without ruining it) I used these: Instructions:1. Gently clean the cork board with a damp cloth to get rid of any residue or dust. Be careful or it might flake off.2. Once dry, super glue one cork board piece to the back of another and repeat until you end up with 4 thick cork board pieces that you can actually stick thumb…

Pace says:

Does the job just needs some extra attention To start off I gave it 4 stars because the other reviews are right about the thinness and to be cautious when tacking things up because the whole point is not to put holes in your wall. Although I find it sufficient to keep the things I have tacked up to stay up.The adhesive issue. I read many reviews about the double sided adhesives not sticking to the cork board very well, so instead of just seeing how it works for me I put painters tape on the cork material and then the double sides adhesive to the tape. I’ve had it up for two weeks now and no problems whatsoever. They give you enough adhesive squares so that you can put two on each corner of each cork tile.I bought two sets because I needed a really long board to tack up all of my headlines and design work for class so that I can see it and sort it out as I am mostly a visual person. So these tiles did the trick for me. Every other cork board that was decent in size was either really expensive or too short…

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