Cork Roll - 1/4" Thick (4' W x 12' L)

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Cork Roll - 7/32" Thick
Cork Roll - 7/32" Thick
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Product Overview
  • 1/4-inch thickness absorbs extra classroom noise.
  • Self-healing cork roll can be cut into any shape & size.
  • Add roller & adhesive to your order for easy assembly.
$134.88
MSRP:  $269.76
You Save: $134.88 (50%)
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1) Select Dimensions: 4' W x 12' L
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2) Add a roller?
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3) Add 4 tubes of adhesive?
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The Norwood Commercial Furniture® Cork Roll is made from all-natural cork, so you can feel good about your purchase. The 1/4-inch thickness absorbs extra classroom noise, making it a great insulator and soundproofer. The self-healing cork roll can be cut into any shape and size, so it's perfect for refinishing old boards or creating custom tiles for new projects. Add a roller and adhesive to your order for easy assembly - available at an additional cost.

Please note: We don't recommend gluing cork directly to your walls. Corkboards typically have a fiberboard backing into which the pins actually stick. Pins don't stick very well in drywall and can ruin a wall pretty quickly. Your local home store can probably fix you up with the backing and adhesive you need to make a great corkboard.

Warranty3-year limited
Thickness1/4"
Overall Width4'
Overall Length12' L
AssemblyAssembled
Product Weight (Lbs)17
Shipping Method:UPS / FedEx

The Norwood Commercial Furniture® Cork Roll is made from all-natural cork, so you can feel good about your purchase. The 1/4-inch thickness absorbs extra classroom noise, making it a great insulator and soundproofer. The self-healing cork roll can be cut into any shape and size, so it's perfect for refinishing old boards or creating custom tiles for new projects. Add a roller and adhesive to your order for easy assembly - available at an additional cost.

Please note: We don't recommend gluing cork directly to your walls. Corkboards typically have a fiberboard backing into which the pins actually stick. Pins don't stick very well in drywall and can ruin a wall pretty quickly. Your local home store can probably fix you up with the backing and adhesive you need to make a great corkboard.

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