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Old 09-21-2014, 01:08 PM   #15
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I took this forums advice and tried the non slip shelf liner. Actually used non slip rug pad that I had on hand and cut to fit two of my shelves. Works great. Tension rods did not work for me. I like the fact that you can take the liners out, wash, and reuse them.

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DW uses small plastic bins of assorted sizes. Works well. We also use the plastic shipping "pillows" that show up in various sizes from Amazon and other sources. A good use for them instead of sending them off to a landfill. That works well also...

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I cut noodles to the length I need them for in the refrig and bath cabinets! Works perfect!
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Old 09-21-2014, 09:58 PM   #18
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Is this a propane refrigerator? If so, be mindful that blocking the flow of air up and down, like with the use of bins, could compromise the unit's cooling ability. The cooling happens at the fins, and the cold air needs a route to get to the stuff at the bottom.

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