Originally Posted by Randy and Diane
To keep dishes and such from moving around we used pieces of rubbery plastic shelf/drawer liner material. It looks a bit like a soft plastic webbing material that comes in rolls of various colours. The stuff available at dollar stores works fine.
Laying a stripe inside each cupboard keeps dishes, pots and pans from sliding easily. Cutting a few 4" square pieces to be placed between each stacked plate or bowl keeps them from rattling and moving around. Travel Safe
We also put the rubbery shelf liner on all our shelves and drawers. Maybe the liner that Randy and Diane used sticks better, but ours tended to slide when we put items on a shelf. I put a strip of double-sided foam tape across the front and back of each shelf and drawer. That holds the rubbery shelf liner in place. We completely covered the shelves and drawers.
We have a Sunseeker 3100 Class C, and we don't hear much banging around. We use Corelle ware plates and bowls and don't put anything between them. It's surprising how well items like coffee cups stay in place considering the turns, dips and bumps that we encounter.
We do put dish towels between pots, pans and lids. We are concerned that one sitting in another would beat up the non-stick coating.