How To Measure Shelves

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How To Measure Shelves

Measuring shelves is easy, but here are a few tips:

  • Make sure to clear enough items from the shelves to get clear lines to measure.
  • Use a tape measure or a fabric measuring tape to measure* the depth and width. (as shown below) *Safety Cut
  • Custom Cut Liners does not currently cut liners for corner cabinets / shelves, but plan to offer this feature in the future.

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Safety Cut

Even the most minor measuring mistakes can cause a liner to buckle or overlap. This is why we Safety Cut automatically!

  1. You Enter your exact drawer / shelf measurements in the wizard
  2. When we cut your liner, we automatically subtract 1/8" from the length and width
  3. Your liner fits with no fuss, no buckling, and no overlap!

Of course, you can deselect "Safety Cut" when entering your dimensions, and we will cut to your exact measurements.

Measure In Easy Steps:

Click the sections to the left to view each step.
Measuring underneath of the cabinet is easier, but make sure to keep the measuring tape parallel with the front edge.
Measure the depth of the "floor" of the cabinet. This will typically be a little deeper than the upper shelves.
Measure the depth of the upper shelves. Note that the upper shelves will probably be a little shallower than the bottom shelf.