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Old 06-22-2015, 04:25 PM   #1
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My husband and I just purchased a 2015 Wildwood 241qbxl, upgrading from a pop up. This camper has lots of cabinets so if anyone has any tips on how to pack to keep things from flying around and falling over in these cabinets I would appreciate any ideas.
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Old 06-22-2015, 04:45 PM   #2
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Bulk Non-Slip Shelf Liners, 5-sq.ft. at DollarTree.com

Lined all the bottoms with this or something like it, Walmart is where I went.

If you use real plates the place a chunk between each plate, you can do the same with pots and pans.

Someone suggested inflated balloons.

Cut the main rod down to fit, 1/4 inch diameter is good.

https://www.google.com/#q=spring+loaded+curtain+rods
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Welcome to the forum. We use a lot of paper plates. Less hazel. Later RJD
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We put heaviest items down low lighter items in upper cabinets when possible. We use plastic ware when possible. Its light and does not break easily. Paper products when boondocking. If it is a pain to get out you wont use it often if at all.
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