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Old 05-08-2014, 07:11 PM   #43
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Old 06-10-2014, 05:16 PM   #44
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Try "Woosie" covers. They are like a beer bottle insulator. They come is many different colors and sizes to fit most wine glasses. They stop the clanging when hanging in the wine glass holder in a cabinet.

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I met a charming couple on the road that always had beautiful wine glasses with extras for guests. They traveled with balloons blown up and fitted into their cabinets to prevent dishes and glasses from breaking.
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I believe in MH mag they used a 2 by 4 and drilled a hole the size of the wine glass. Placed it upside down in the hole.
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What the heck is "tervis glass?" I just go to the ABC liquor store and buy plastic wine glasses. They are dirt cheap and I don't worry about breaking them. Also hat is a "wine box. LOL"?
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How uncouth and unsifisticated. I love it.
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I use dh's empty 6pak beer carton for the wine glasses. It easily holds 4 glasses. Has a handle on the carton for easy access. Then the spaces that are now too small for glasses I put in extra coozies etc. so that the space, even small, isn't wasted.
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Since I don't like magazines cluttering up the house
What, you don't wrap magazines around your wine glasses (using rubber bands to secure them) to protect them?

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