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  • Self Healing Mats

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Self Healing Mats

X-ACTO Self Healing Mats are a unique accessory that is a must-have for hobbyists and designers who frequently use X-ACTO knives and cutting tools. These cutting mats feature a special surface material which allows them to absorb cuts from a sharp knife or cutting tool and then magically retain their original surface. You won’t even be able to find the cut!

Preserve the surfaces around your workspace! Available in translucent white and opaque grey, these self healing mats also feature a one inch grid pattern for accurate cutting, slicing and trimming. X-ACTO cutting mats are available in the following sizes:

  • 9" X 12" Self healing cutting mat
  • 12" X 18" Self healing cutting mat
  • 18" X 24" Self healing cutting mat
  • 24" X 36" Self healing cutting mat

X-ACTO office tools and supplies are crafted with the same quality and attention to detail as the legendary X-ACTO knife. Our commitment to quality and performance assures that an X-ACTO product will stand up to the toughest jobs for as long as you need them.

X-ACTO quality office tools and supplies are crafted to achieve the perfect balance between performance and durability. Versatile enough to tackle the most heavy duty jobs and precision tasks at the same time, X-ACTO office tools make getting the job done easier. Additionally, all our products are designed with added attention to your comfort and safety.

Disposable Paint Palettes from Household Items

A quick option for disposable paint palettes is most likely right in your kitchen! This option is perfect for acrylic painting. Try using household aluminum foil wrapped on a tray or plate next time you paint. When you are ready for cleanup, simply discard the used foil and voilá! This saves time on cleanup and cuts down on washing paint in the sink. Another great resource is to use an old magazine cover. The glossy layer on the pages won't absorb the paint, and when you are done with painting for the day you can let it dry, turn it over and use the other side.