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Old 09-10-2014, 06:11 AM   #1
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Things moving in fridge

DW would like to know what you may be using to keep food and drinks from sliding around in the big 3 door fridg. she bought an expandable brace but it was to short to reach it was the longest one they had.This is a new dp our old gasser had the smaller fridge and was not a problem.
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I picked up spring loaded curtain rods of the proper length to fit our residential refer in our DP at Wally World. One for each shelf. Keeps things in place fine. If you really needed to, you could put down the non-skid shelving liner that they have at Wally World too.
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More beer !!!
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Old 09-10-2014, 09:15 AM   #4
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Use the same non-slip shelf liner you use in your cabinets. Others use small plastic bins. My wife uses spring loaded curtain rods - BTW, much less expensive at Walmart.
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ALL of the above We use bins, more beer, and spring loaded rods, and non slip pads
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We use bins and spring loaded curtain rods.
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If she is a Pinterest user, have her do a search for Organization Tips, RVing, and similar. There are all kinds of organization ideas there. I saw one of an RV refer where they put everything in nice plastic pull-out baskets/boxes. Stuff could move around within each basket, but not across them. It looked pretty nifty to me.
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My DW said thank you for the ideas she had thought about the curtain rod but said I would think she was nuts, I guess not.
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We bought the dispenser racks for sodas/beer, where they lay on their side. We also bought another plastic tub, about 12" x 8" that we put jars in, like Mayo, catsup, pickle relish etc. Everything else seems to stay in place.
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I got those white refrigerator rods from camping world when they had a clearance sale on them. I load my fridge and/or freezer, slide the rods in up against it all, and have never had a single thing move. Get where I'm going, remove the rods, and never have a mess to clean up!
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I got those white refrigerator rods from camping world when they had a clearance sale on them. I load my fridge and/or freezer, slide the rods in up against it all, and have never had a single thing move. Get where I'm going, remove the rods, and never have a mess to clean up!
Same here. Load the shelves and put in the rod. Pushes everything back and holds it in place.
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I use the brown "wood look" ones too to hold all my plates, appliances, and pantry items in my cabinets too. I even have one running top-to-bottom to hold all my towels in a nice stack! LOVE those adjustable rods!!
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I use 3M stick-on hooks & small bungie cords to hold things steady in the medicine cabinet. Not sure if that is a workable solution for the refrigerator.
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