Sure, I know, every chef says you should just wet a kitchen towel and put it under your cutting board, or bowl or whatever you don’t want to slide around. Well that is easy to say when you have an industrial laundry service and who wants a wet towel sitting under their cutting board anyway. If it’s a wood cutting board it will warp and then weaken the glue joints. So here is your new best friend, non-slip drawer lining.
Ever make Hollandaise sauce? Need an extra hand while whisking the butter into the eggs but no one is around? Put that non-slip liner under the bowl and you can go hands free. Why not just get the mixing bowls with the rubber bottoms? Well, sometimes I have good reason to put my mixing bowls right on the stove over low heat, or I need to make an ad hoc double boiler so the rubber bottom is out of the question for me.
Got a Kitchen Aid stand mixer that likes to walk across the counter. Keep it from wandering with the non-slip liner.
Keep your couch from dancing around the wood floor every time someone sits down.
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You can wash the liners by placing them flat in the sink and spraying them off with the sink sprayer or by using a soft sponge. Hang them over the sink divider to drip dry.