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I need some sort of silicone / rubber protective grip matt / surface protector large enough to fit Duo Temp Pro, Smart Grinder and knock box. So it needs to be fairly long I suppose.

Don't want anything cheap with any dye in it. Want to keep my surfaces nice and clean.

Any suggestions would be appreciated!


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Not what you asked but i have been thinking about granite with felt between the top and slab

 

not grippy but might look nice 


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How about one of those glass worktop savers that people who wonder why their knives are always blunt tend to use as a chopping board?

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1 hour ago, Border_all said:

Not what you asked but i have been thinking about granite with felt between the top and slab

 

not grippy but might look nice 

I can understand why you'd want felt on beautiful granite but felt will absorb the water and coffee which means I'd have to wash the thing. 

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1 hour ago, CoolingFlush said:

I use an Ikea tray, with felt pads on the underside. Catches most of the stray coffee too.

Must be quite big then? You've got your machine on a tray? I like it.

6 minutes ago, ashcroc said:

How about one of those glass worktop savers that people who wonder why their knives are always blunt tend to use as a chopping board?

Neat idea. Thanks!


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8 minutes ago, ashcroc said:

How about one of those glass worktop savers that people who wonder why their knives are always blunt tend to use as a chopping board?

So true by the way haha.


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