Hi: Garand... We used a non slip liner, avail. at Target, in several colours, in our trailer. I cut some for place mats and lined the cupboards for the dishes and pots and pans.
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OK let the games begin. Nothing that you can just cut and stick in there is going to look good. If I was to do this in my own vehicle, I would take the time to take the part out of the truck, mask it proporly and use Plastidip spay. You can easily make this look professional and there are many colors available.
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A buddy has a jeep wrangler with a similar tray on the dash as ours, his has enough dried soda in it to keep everything in place...
Otherwise, I would say the ttool box tray liner would look good if you cut it straight...
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I just used to shelf liner stuff with a couple pieces of double backed tape to hold it in place. I used a black shelf liner with dark grey tape and unless you are specifically looking for the tape you don't notice it. I used this method for both the dash board and center console trays. It's been in there for well over a year and hasn't budged and it keeps stuff from sliding around. This is the best I got for a pic:
i have used them in the past and they work great. they are "sticky" but dont leave any residue on whatever you put on it. you use to be able to get them from walmart and best buy but i havent looked for them lately. once they lose there stickyness you just wash them off in the sink and they are back to good.
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