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Thread: In lieu of supreme slider

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    Super Member Raggiemom's Avatar
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    In lieu of supreme slider

    Will this work instead of the supreme slider?

    http://www.amazon.com/dp/B001GXWFV2?...=ATVPDKIKX0DER
    Heather

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    I've got something similar, but I believe thinner. I saw one of these at our local kitchen shop and thought it was too cushioned (and thick) for use as a slider. The product I bought was at wallmart and is paper thin. I tape it to the edges of my extension table and works really well. Bigger than the supreme slider and lots cheaper - I got it on sale!

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    Do you remember what it was called that you bought?
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    http://www.amazon.com/Regency-Reusab...664737&sr=1-15

    That one is much cheaper, it might work well. I've been meaning to check the dollar store.

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    hi...I bought a sheet of really cheap non stick oven liner...again mine is quite thin and very flexible. I cut a tiny hole for the needle and I tape it to my extension table...it works brilliantly.
    A few weeks ago I bought a Super Slider thinking it would be better....have used it a couple of times and have put it away....I much prefer my non stick oven liner...much bigger and the fabric moves much easier on it. I would try and get the beige colour over the black as much kinder on the eyes.
    Here in the UK most kitchen shops and garden centres sell it...Good luck with finding it.

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    Thank you so much!
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    Check out my post about using the slippery backing that you discard when using contact paper: http://www.quiltingboard.com/main-f1...g-t184335.html

    Shari

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    I think the one you have the link for is STICKY. What I use is a non-stick oven mat like this: http://www.amazon.com/Stanco-Non-Sti...3667681&sr=1-4
    Wendy

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    I tried the supreme slider. It wasn't all that...

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    I tried the supreme slider and didn't really like it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raggiemom View Post
    Do you remember what it was called that you bought?
    Sorry, Heather, I tossed the wrapping when I opened the package. I went back to find one for a friend and they were all sold out. Maybe the teflon sheet referenced in another post is the stuff - not sure.

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    Would Parchment paper work?

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    parchment paper is to thin I have tried it and it does work very good I am going to get the teflon oven liner. Silicone does not slide it is sticky

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