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Old 06-10-2009, 12:18 PM   #1
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Inside Cabinet Storage

We all have some overhead cabinets. Some are small and others a bit spacey. But I guess we all have the same problem...The stuff slides around, back and forth and gets mixed up.

What have you done to fix this?
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We picked up some vertical file deviders (plastic) from the office supply area at WalMart. Did some trimming on them and then used two side tape to stick them down in the cabinet.

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Old 06-10-2009, 01:34 PM   #3
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If you stuff them full...there will be no more room for things to slide around!!
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In my coach there is cloth fabric on shelfs in overhead cabinets that keeps things from sliding around. Under kitchen cabinets there was no fabric so went to Wally world and picked up fabric for Auto floor covering, its thin, and comes in a couple of colors.
Got some 3m spray glue and after cutting for shelf area glued it down.
No more sliding pots a pans and quite.
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We put down that waffle looking shelf liner stuff in all of the overhead cabinets. In addition we use spring-loaded bars (the ones you normally buy for your refer) and place them between each cabinet to divide them. The combination works like a charm.
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Terry has the solution I use. Just let the wife at those overhead cupboards. My wife is the self proclaimed "stuff queen". If there is a horizontal space, by golly it needs to have something on it. Nothing moves in any of our storage areas. They are all stuffed full.

Some of you know what I'm about to say is true. When a mommy becomes a grand mommy, I think they are whisked off to secret grand mommy school. One of the required courses is to buy large quantities of everything, even though there are just two of us. The other requirement is to fill every space available with stuff.
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