QRT102Q

Quartet Cork Tile or Roll Bulletin Board - 4 per pack

Cork Surface

Reg. Price $15.34

Our Price $12.17 Per Pack

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Create your own bulletin message area or place multiple over a central work area. Perfect for educational use or as an arts and crafts tool.

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SKU
QRT102Q
Manufacturer
ACCO Brands Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
102Q
Brand Name
Quartet
Packaged Quantity
4 / Pack
Product Type
Bulletin Board
Board Surface
Cork
Application/Usage
Education
Features
Foam
Recycled
No

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Quartet Cork Tile or Roll Bulletin Board - 4 per pack
 
1.4

(based on 9 reviews)

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1.0

The quality of this product is terrible.

By Stephanie32

from Pennsylvania

Comments about Quartet Cork Tile or Roll Bulletin Board - 4 per pack:

The "Permanent Self-Stick Pads" are terrible. It is very difficult to peel off the protective paper, so much so that most of the adhesive ripped off while trying to peel off the paper. After the disaster that was trying to peel off the protective paper, and applying the cork tiles to my wall, it ruined the wallpaper. The cork tiles leave so many tiny cork crumbs all over it's surrounding area. I would not recommend this product to anyone and will not be purchasing from this company in the near future because of this terrible experience.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Wrong Description

By Victor

from Las Vegas, NV

Comments about Quartet Cork Tile or Roll Bulletin Board - 4 per pack:

These tiles are not 3/8" like it says, they are 3/16" thick. Half as thick as the description says. Very disappointed, wasted my money.

 
1.0

Horrible adhesive

By EmyZ242

from San Diego, CA, USA

Comments about Quartet Cork Tile or Roll Bulletin Board - 4 per pack:

Simply put, the "double-sided" adhesive pads do not work. Mine stuck well to the cork but trying to peel the paper off the other side ruins the pad. A waste of money, will not buy again.

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Horrible product

By daclark73013

from Edmond, OK, USA

Comments about Quartet Cork Tile or Roll Bulletin Board - 4 per pack:

I went to hang these up and there was no tape included then I read the reviews and was actually glad it wasn't included so I don't waste my money. I will be returning these.

(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Adhesive strips drove me crazy

By PhilC

from Chattanooga, TN

Comments about Quartet Cork Tile or Roll Bulletin Board - 4 per pack:

I spent 30 minutes trying to remove the protective paper from the adhesive self-stick pads and only succeeded in destroying the adhesive which pealed up with the paper; it should not be that hard; I had to buy separate self-adhesive strips to make it work

(2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great Product

By Angeleyes

from Fontana, CA, USA

Comments about Quartet Cork Tile or Roll Bulletin Board - 4 per pack:

I love these and the only reason I didn't give it five stars is because of the adhesive after a while the cork tiles would keep falling because the adhesives lost stickyness.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Tape

By 59impala

from Prince George, Va

Comments about Quartet Cork Tile or Roll Bulletin Board - 4 per pack:

Please check on the double sided tape you put with your cork tiles. It is either very cheap or old. You can't peel the backings off of either side with out losing the sticky part. It was a real pain so I just threw the tape away and will find something else.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Cork Tiles - two thumbs down

By Raspberry

from Cincinnati, OH, USA

Comments about Quartet Cork Tile or Roll Bulletin Board - 4 per pack:

The adhesive backing strip was almost impossible to remove and when you finally do get it off, it pulls the adhesive off the foam rendering it useless. Adhesive doesn't hold even when it does 'work' -- falls off walls!! Adhesive quality is POOR!!!

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Needs better ways to attach to walls

By BillytheGC

from Southern California

Comments about Quartet Cork Tile or Roll Bulletin Board - 4 per pack:

I purchased this product knowing that it was thin and flimsy. What I didn't expect is the way they expect you to attach it to the wall. The peel and stick pads are terrible. They come off the non-stick paper easily and then barely stick to the cork. Then when you try to remove the other side of the sticky pads, you end up ruining them. It is very difficult to peel the backing off. I even had 2 others try with the same results. Then I stick it to the wall and when I pull the pin out it actually pulled the cork off the sticky pad. The sticky pad stayed stuck to the wall. I am going to go out and purchase a can of spray adhesive and spray the backs of the cork and see if this will work. If not, I will never purchase this product ever again.

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