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Quartet 24" x 48" Natural Cork Roll
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Quartet 24" x 48" Natural Cork Roll

Quartet 24" x 48" Natural Cork Roll

Part #: QRT-103
Brand: Quartet
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Main Features:
  • Bulletin Surface Type: Cork
  • Type: Cork Bulletin Boards
  • Size: 24" x 48"
  • Frame Finish: None


The Quartet 24" x 48" Natural Cork is clean and simple cork roll that has 1/16" thick roll use to fit your individual needs. This cork roll can be easily cut into any size or shape and ideal for light use in any environment. It absorbs sound and can easily be cut into any size or shapes great for craft and other projects around the home or office.

Product Details

  • Clean and simple cork roll is 1/16" thick
  • Ideal for light use in any environment
  • 24"W x 48"L when laid out fully
  • Natural cork is durable and absorbent
  • Cork roll can easily be cut into any size or shape
  • 1 roll per pack


  • Bulletin Surface Type: Cork
  • Detailed Color: Brown
  • Frame Finish: None
  • Size: 24" x 48"
  • Type: Cork Bulletin Boards
  • Usage: Cubicle - Light use
  • Use Frequency: Light Use
  • Period of Warranty: 60-day
  • UPC: 034138103005


2 Review(s)
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Reviewed on 4/20/2017

This is superior compare to the thin contact-adhesive cork drawer liner. I cut it slightly smaller (1/8 all around) than the area to be covered, put a heavy bead of latex caulk about 3/4 inch from the edge and then pressed the cork out (it stretches easily) to the edge of the cabinet. Stretching tight keeps it from expanding/shrinking when humidity changes according to a blog. Con: During manufacturing tape is applied to the material as well as the plastic wrapper. Some of the adhesive "guck" on the tape sticks to the cork when the tape is removed. They should have put the tape only on the wrapper. The side with the residue can be put against the board.

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Reviewed on 3/23/2017

bulletin board Review by DocAndie

I used the cork roll to make a bigger surface on a dry erase board to pin messages ... it worked out well even though the cork was very thin ... I had to double it up …

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