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North Shore Inc dry box pad durability

Thinking about replacing my etha foam on my dryboxes with the NSI traction mats and closed cell foam. I know a few people on here have done the same and Im wondering about the durability compared to etha foam. Also how is the adhesive they use any one had problems with the pads peeling off? All in all was it worth the money?
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