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Old 12-27-2009, 06:28 PM   #1
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Overhead cabinet storage suggestions

We have a 2008 29ft Sightseer. It has lots of storage, but the cabinets over the table are fairly wide and tall. Currently, we have one of those wire racks that look like a table in the middle section. Unfortunately, things tend to shift while driving and opening the door is always an adventure. I've put those spring loaded bars in other cabinets, but they don't seem to work on these because of the curve. I'm looking for ideas on how to hold things in place while driving. What do you folks do??
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Bungee cords and small hooks on each end. Not too tight just enough.
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You can purchase some compartment cloth mating at WalMart different colors and use 3M STICKY spray to glue on floor of cabinets. Will keep items from sliding around and quite things down. Have used under kitchen cabinets also for the pots and pans.
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Old 12-27-2009, 09:57 PM   #4
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In addition to putting down anti-slip mat in all of the cabinets we've picked up a number plastic storage bins (Walmart's one good source) that fit in the cabinets and basement storage compartments. We have open bins in the overhead compartments and large covered ones in the basement. We've found it works very well both to organize things and to keep things from flying around in the cabinets. The covered bins in the basement have the added advantage that if we should develop a compartment leak due to a bad door seal or something like that we don't have to worry about anything down below being damaged, since everyting is in a bin.
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