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Old 10-20-2018, 07:08 PM   #1
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A neat, low-cost solution for keeping stuff in place in the fridge while traveling

We have a full size residential refrigerator and constantly have stuff shifting around when we travel. The spring loaded bars that places like CW sell won't hold much weight, so we purchased two of these Easy Hang Shower Rods (25 -40 inch) from Walmart for about 10 bucks. Incredibly easy to insert and remove, and will hold very strong. Located in the shower curtain aisle.
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We have a full size residential refrigerator and constantly have stuff shifting around when we travel. The spring loaded bars that places like CW sell won't hold much weight, so we purchased two of these Easy Hang Shower Rods (25 -40 inch) from Walmart for about 10 bucks. Incredibly easy to insert and remove, and will hold very strong. Located in the shower curtain aisle.
Thanks for the idea!
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Old 10-20-2018, 08:39 PM   #3
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Great idea! Will have to check how wide ours is.
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Awesome idea. That definitely was worth sharing. We are always having problems with our residential style refrigerator doors opening even witkh the bunge cords that the manufacturer installed.
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Awesome idea. That definitely was worth sharing. We are always having problems with our residential style refrigerator doors opening even witkh the bunge cords that the manufacturer installed.
Had the same problem with our Sammy 18..(used a rubber spoon and velcro for the freezer drawer..
Found this ..Works like a champ!
$44.95 including shipping, and best part no drilling of holes/voiding warranties.
I bought the fixed (non adjustable)but can see where the adjustable would let you "dial it in" a bit better.
Fridge Fixer"

https://www.recubed.solutions/
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I use several of these bins to keep stuff from rolling around inside the fridge... CLICK!!
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The DW stuffs so much stuff in the fridge, there is no room for anything to shift
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Had the same problem with our Sammy 18..(used a rubber spoon and velcro for the freezer drawer..
Found this ..Works like a champ!
$44.95 including shipping, and best part no drilling of holes/voiding warranties.
I bought the fixed (non adjustable)but can see where the adjustable would let you "dial it in" a bit better.
Fridge Fixer"

https://www.recubed.solutions/
https://www.recubed.solutions/copy-of-original-2
Thanks looks interesting I'm going to look into getting one for our frige
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Towels. They conform to any shape. Provide cushioning and will absorb any spills.

Plus, you already own them.

Simple.
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