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Old 11-17-2013, 03:50 AM   #57
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Rubber Pads

Like Brian and Wendy mentioned.
We use that rubber pad material that comes in a roll. Cut it to size.
Put it in every drawer, Cabinet, keeps a grip on everything and keeps it in place well.
As mentioned you can pick it up in most any store but the least expensive is at Dollar Tree.

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Old 11-17-2013, 06:38 PM   #58
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Before we got our DP our Gas was doing OK, some friends said we would not believe the difference , that is so true except. Now when I hear a rattle it is a quest to fix it , we use malmac dishes several glass cup and don't get rattle just lucky

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My cup sits in the cupboard on a non-slip mat and nobody dare think of using it. Jim
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My cup sits in the cupboard on a non-slip mat and nobody dare think of using it. Jim
But is it a John Deere mug like mine?

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