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August 26, 2008

Rogers ShipGrips

ShipGrips says the soft, dimpled outer surface improves grip on wet and dry surfaces and does not show dirt.
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Console and tackle-station surfaces become catch-alls for small items like pliers, sunscreen, cell phones and drink cans. Rather than stow everything each time you move, try something sticky: Check out ShipGrips by Rogers Corporation. ShipGrips come in a variety of shapes to use on items or surfaces, including those above as well as ladders and stairs, countertops, coolers, decks, docks and many others. Simply peel and stick the thin, clear, soft-plastic material to objects. ShipGrips says the soft, dimpled outer surface improves grip on wet and dry surfaces and does not show dirt. Deck/dock grips come in 12 zigzag pieces per sheet, costing $7:49; galley/cockpit/ general-purpose grips come in an assortment of 30 shapes on one sheet for $6.99; ladder/stair grips come in two sheets of four tread pieces at $12.99. Visit www.shipgrips.com.