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Item 158722
Model JM-SCM2

WoodRiver - Silicone Bench Mat 18" x 24"

$28.99

Our WoodRiver® Silicone Bench Mats are the perfect accessory for your benchtop. The silicone surface resists most types of glue and finish that woodworkers use. Use this mat for a glue-up or to...

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Our WoodRiver® Silicone Bench Mats are the perfect accessory for your benchtop. The silicone surface resists most types of glue and finish that woodworkers use. Use this mat for a glue-up or to apply finish to a small project, or create a sharpening station for use with oilstones or waterstones. The mat keeps water and oil off your bench while providing a nonslip surface to prevent your stone from sliding. The 2mm-thick soft, flexible mat also provides protection from dropped tools that might damage the bench surface.

Features:
  • Perfect size for panel glue-ups
  • Great for Sharpening
  • Tough, flexible, soft and nonstick
  • Resists most glues including yellow and white glue, epoxies and most CA glues
Specifications:
  • Thickness: 2mm
  • Width: 18"
  • Length: 24"
Product Notes:
  • This silicone bench mat is not to be used baking purposes.
    Two or more mats can be combined to protect a larger surface.

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Reviews

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  1. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Not a panacea of glue resistance

    I agree with the lone reviewer. Removing the glue is not as easy as you'd think. If your glue deposits are globs or drops of glue, I'd say it performs just fine...you can just pop them off with a dull putty knife or roll the mat to break the seal. However, if your glue deposit is a smear, forget about it...

  2. 1.0 out of 5 stars
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    Glue sticks

    I thought that the mat would not let glue adhere to it and it does somewhat but the glue is very difficult to get remove. I mainly use Titebond III and after the glue sits on the mat for a day, it is hard to remove. I expected the glue to simply wipe off or when sprayed with water it would come off. Might as well just use newspaper to catch the glue drips.

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