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Old 02-23-2014, 05:51 PM   #1
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How do you keep things in cabnets and the fridge from sliding back and forth in your camper while traveling?
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Old 02-23-2014, 05:54 PM   #2
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For the cabinets I use that rubber shelf liner stuff it works pretty good
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Old 02-23-2014, 06:17 PM   #3
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Pieces of pool noodles work in the fridge.
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Old 02-23-2014, 06:23 PM   #4
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This sounds snotty, but isn't meant to be - we keep the fridge and food cabinets fairly full and things don't move around.

Our cabinet with the cups is our biggest mess at each destination.
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For our medicine cabinet, we use an expandable bar sold for fridges to keep things in place.
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Ok, now I'm on a roll- I did think about our outside beverage fridge. It's all bottles out there. We'll put the table cloth folded up in the fridge to keep things in place.
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Monkeys...lots of Monkeys!!!

We use the nonslip shelf paper...does pretty well
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No matter what you'll probably always have some movement. We use the rubber shelf liners for cabinets and the refrigerator bars in the fridge. The cabinet with our cups, and glasses is always a mess after travel, hence plastic ware.
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for the outside fridge, put in as many beers as possible, than wrap bungee strap around fridge so it stays shut. We keep food pantry fairly full as we use camper a lot. Just have to restack plates and cups at each destination.
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for the outside fridge, put in as many beers as possible, than wrap bungee strap around fridge so it stays shut. We keep food pantry fairly full as we use camper a lot. Just have to restack plates and cups at each destination.

For your outside fridge - get a child lock for it and install it around the corner where the door opens. You can use it to keep the door positively patched closed. If I remember tomorrow, I'll post a picture of ours.
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