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Best Flexible Magnets

Updated November 2018
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    A flexible magnet is a thin magnet on a bendable material that usually comes with an adhesive back. Flexible magnets are idea for making papers, photos, or other lightweight objects a magnetic back. Options on flexible magnets will include the size and shape of the magnet. Sometimes they come in flat strips, rolls, or sheets. However, many of these magnets can also be easily cut to shape with scissors. Flexible magnets can also be useful placed in strips to help hold drawers or cabinets closed. Some can help keep small tools handy. Not all flexible magnets will hold up to the same level of magnetism. Most flexible magnets feature a peel and stick back to help you attach them to where you want them.

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