Shelf liner paper – Shelf paper, also called liner, protects the shelf or cabinet surfaces from spills and scratches. By means of this paper is an inexpensive way to keep these surfaces in good condition. You will find the shelf paper in many patterns, some even textured, home design stores, home improvement stores and many other large retail stores. Dust bag from the surface of the cabinet or shelf with a dusting cloth. Follow with a damp washcloth to remove more soil. If shelves or cabinets is particularly dirty, use some dish soap and clean them thoroughly with the damp washcloth. Shelf paper will stick better to a clean surface.
Measure the length of the shelf. Note that length, then measure out the length of shelf paper to use; make a mark on the paper with a pencil. Measuring the width next and the marks on the shelf liner paper. Put the paper on a smooth surface suitable for cutting. Put on leather gloves. Place a ruler or yardstick along the length of paper to guide cutting, so you will cut in a straight line. Use a sharp razor knife for best results.
Place the ruler or yardstick to mark pencil width. Use the ruler or yardstick to guide you, cut in a straight line. Put the paper on the shelf and make sure it’s a good fit. Lift a corner of the paper and separating the paper from the adhesive backing. Align it with shelf corner. Use your hand to flatten the rest of the paper smooth surface that you carefully continue to remove the adhesive backing. Once you have met the entire piece of shelf liner paper, use a squeegee or your hand to press out any air bubbles.