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Old 04-08-2013, 04:49 AM   #15
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All good ideas. Let me add ( if it hasn't been posted yet ) driving habits. The sharper you take corners , the more breakage you'll have.
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Old 04-08-2013, 09:39 AM   #16
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I think about the only plastic in the our cupboards are the storage containers that leftovers get put into and then into the fridge.
We have dishes that are safe for the microwave, convection oven, oven and dishwasher. Which means that no they are not a plastic of any kind. Most of the glasses that we have are actually wide mouth mason jars. Just happened to have some left over from the S&B from canning. The bake and oven ware are a mixture of metal and glass things. This is our home and we use the same things here as we would in a S&B. For traveling we put shelf liner stuff inbetween, so far so good and we have gone cross country and back again with the only breakages of me dropping things.
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Other then a complete set of corning ware cooking stuff, most everything has been replaced with non-breakable items. But with our Class DP, we have not had an issue with stuff moving or breaking. The DW has stuffed bears on the counters and they stay where they are put.
A Class C might be a different story.
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Old 04-08-2013, 07:17 PM   #18
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Corelle for dishes and plastic glasses. China and crystal will not go in our RV.

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Just make sure doors stay closed. Had to slam on the brakes once and out of the upper came the corelle bowls. Forgot to latch it. It does shatter and not fun to clean up, all those little shards.
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Just make sure doors stay closed. Had to slam on the brakes once and out of the upper came the corelle bowls. Forgot to latch it. It does shatter and not fun to clean up, all those little shards.
At least it wasn't grandmas crystal. Or a blender.
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To keep the cabinet doors closed, we use the Velcro straps through the handles.

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To keep the cabinet doors closed, we use the Velcro straps through the handles.

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Yep. The important part is to remember to fasten it
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