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Old 03-29-2019, 04:14 PM   #1
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Straps or ideas for cabinet contents?

What are some suggestions for strapping in your items in the bathroom vanity? I know it only takes a few seconds, but itís annoying to always have to stand everything back up when we park after traveling.
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Old 03-29-2019, 08:56 PM   #2
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What are some suggestions for strapping in your items in the bathroom vanity? I know it only takes a few seconds, but itís annoying to always have to stand everything back up when we park after traveling.
Thanks!!
This is how we keep items in our vanity fairly secure. Found a good selection at Dollar Tree (plastics).
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X2 what Jayhawker posted. The little baskets from walmart or an office store work like magic at keeping everything organized. We even use some in the kitchen cabinets. One for dish towels, Some in the upper cabinets for Pam spray, cooking oil's, things we don't want tipping. We have one for the Mrs. extensive Keurig selection. Don't over look using large plastic cups in the medicine cabinet for things that need to stand up.

Another option I've seen used (but never tried) is running a bungee cord on the inside of the medicine cabinets.

As a retired FedEx employee used to maximizing the space on an aircraft for as many packages as possible, the main thing is blocking and bracing everything. If the area is full, things won't move nearly as much as if there is extra space for it to move/shift. So if you find you have extra room, stuff it with something bulky to prevent shifting (Towels, Wash cloths, small pillows, maybe unstack something so it utilizes more room).

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X2 what Jayhawker posted. The little baskets from walmart or an office store work like magic at keeping everything organized. We even use some in the kitchen cabinets. One for dish towels, Some in the upper cabinets for Pam spray, cooking oil's, things we don't want tipping. We have one for the Mrs. extensive Keurig selection. Don't over look using large plastic cups in the medicine cabinet for things that need to stand up.



Another option I've seen used (but never tried) is running a bungee cord on the inside of the medicine cabinets.



As a retired FedEx employee used to maximizing the space on an aircraft for as many packages as possible, the main thing is blocking and bracing everything. If the area is full, things won't move nearly as much as if there is extra space for it to move/shift. So if you find you have extra room, stuff it with something bulky to prevent shifting (Towels, Wash cloths, small pillows, maybe unstack something so it utilizes more room).



Good Luck


Plastic shoe boxes under the sink work for us.
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We use small tension curtain rods to hold stuff upright in our cabinets
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