Ridout Plastics makes their Slick Strips out of an ultra-high molecular weight plastic film, with a low coefficient of friction. In English, that means it makes surfaces slide past each other easier. It’s also tough — its abrasion resistance surpasses Teflon, but you can cut it to length easily. Even with an adhesive backing, the strips measure only 1/32″ thick.
Whether it’s metal, wood, concrete, tile, stone, or another material, Slick Strips will increase the overall “slickness” of the material. Apply it to the base of your circular saw or router for mar-free bases. Stick some on that stuck drawer to make it slide easily again. Put it any place you want to reduce sliding friction between two surfaces.
One roll of 3/4″ wide Slick Strips runs about $8, while the 3″ roll runs about $20. Each roll is 10-1/2′ long.