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Old 11-06-2016, 07:33 AM   #15
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When the NotSoCold left the building I removed all of the removable plastic containers that had been used in the POC fridge.

We use one of the vegetable bins to hold beverage cans & bottles and it sits on the left side lower shelf of the Samsung RF-197.

Most other stuff in the fridge is packed around all of the other shelves and door bins. Our fridge is generally fairly full which prevents the stuff from moving around naturally.

On rare occasions we have to be cautious when opening up each side of the French doors for the first time after parking. Sometime there will be an item caught on the edge of the shelf leaning against the door waiting to drop when opened. After learning this early on we never have problems with stuff falling out of the fridge onto the floor.

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We use blocks of memory foam... they're roughly 3" square and anywhere from 6" to 18" long. We place them on the front of the shelves and the closed doors holds them - and anything behind them - securely in place.

Best of all is that they're flexible so they'll contour around anything in your fridge, and you can always cut them to fit exactly where you need them.
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Old 11-06-2016, 08:57 AM   #17
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Residential fridge

We have a residential fridge in our '16 Allegro Red 37PA and I am a saver of WalMart and grocery plastic bags. I store them stuffed inside each other and when we are traveling I stuff them in the fridge to stabilize jars/foods on my fridge shelves. When we reach our destination, I remove them from the fridge and reuse them as bathroom waste bags. I always have a supply and find them handy and easier than the stabilizer bars....which I do use in my bathroom medicine cabinets.
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