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Old 03-18-2013, 08:17 PM   #1
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DW has new question about Sanibel storage

What is the intended storage use for corner cabinet in the bathroom?
Where are you putting your bath towels (clean and unused)?
Where are you storing your dishes and glasses so they don't break when towing?
What is behind the fireplace? Can it be used for storage?
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Old 03-18-2013, 10:22 PM   #2
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I can't answer as to whether PrimeTime has an "intended" purpose for storage places. We put toiletries in that corner cabinet.

We put our towels in what they label as "shoe storage" in the closet.

You don't have the place where we store our drinking glasses in the 3500.

Our dishes we store in the cabinet that would be over your recliners. We always put rubber (non-slip) "shelf-liner" between each stacked dish and have never had a problem with breakage. (That is under our glasses as well.)

I think you can open the door that holds your "fireplace" and take a look. That space in the 3500 is huge, and we wouldn't hesitate to use it for storage (but haven't needed it yet).
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One more comment about "breakage". You may already know this, but in case you don't: I recommend you get some Velcro One-Wrap. Cut this into strips that you can use to wrap around the pair of handles that are on most cabinet doors. This will stop them from coming open. (Open cabinet doors, or drawers, can get caught behind a slide you're trying to open, which will be a disaster.) I found that some of latches on the cabinet side were pushed back too far so didn't latch very well. (A pull test will tell you.)

And ah yes... silverware goes in a try in the drawer under the table :-).
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Old 03-19-2013, 05:17 PM   #4
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I think you can open the door that holds your "fireplace" and take a look. That space in the 3500 is huge, and we wouldn't hesitate to use it for storage (but haven't needed it yet).
I looked at the fireplace. I did not see a way to open the fireplace. thanks for your reply.
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