wife and I went to 'big box' store today and purchased a nice light
aluminum table for back porch use, but same table has what I'd call an
'openwork' surface, aka a decorative 'open' fretwork-like design lots of
stuff in life can 'fall through', the tips of pens on paper JUST one
example for 'starters'. we'd like to place a round glass .375 in thick
tabletop on same table (also already purchased). problem is: the
tabletop is intentionally made "crowned slightly"; tabletop's .250 in
higher in the center than outer edges. so I'd like to find a source for
.250 inch thick clear (or "near clear") silicone "buttons", or whatever
these things are normally called. searches of google seemed no
help...anybody know who makes these items in 'thicker thicknesses'? and
what ARE these dang things 'called' anyway? alternately, I could cut
them with a razor knife from 1/4 thick clear silicone sheeting, but can
find no source for that, either...also would like some in .125 inch
thick, or near, for mid-way between center and outer edge...
wide open here to alternate ideas - the table has some weird
factory-applied finish which wouldn't lend itself well to having any
other color 'buttons' between the glass and table 'frame'...
thanks in advance
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