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Old 05-20-2013, 06:25 AM   #1
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Another Maytag Refer question

What do you use to keep items in the refer from shifting around while traveling. In the old MH, we had spring loaded bars to keep stuff in reasonable order... the ones we had and the ones at Camping World are too short to fit in the residential Maytag.
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What do you use to keep items in the refer from shifting around while traveling. In the old MH, we had spring loaded bars to keep stuff in reasonable order... the ones we had and the ones at Camping World are too short to fit in the residential Maytag.
DW bought some small plastic trays to put items in that move around; works good.

Always open door slowly after traveling are you maybe walking in pickles!
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We put shelf liner in, the rubber stuff. It keeps most things from sliding around.

Careful placement does more to help than anything.
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We cable tied the shelves, use the rubberized shelf liner, place glass jars toward the back, lock the frig before traveling and most importantly, open the door slowly after traveling like Terry43 mentioned.

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Old 05-20-2013, 07:32 AM   #5
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Thanks for the ideas... looks like another use for shelf liner !
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Old 05-20-2013, 10:27 AM   #6
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I also use shelf liner, it helps a great deal. I found clear shelf liner at Home Depot. I like the clear so the you can see through the glass shelves.
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I found spring loaded curtain rods at Wally World that ftr, so I'll go with a combo of the liner and rods .. thanks !
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It just can to me as I was doing the "watch for falling items" thing. I had only 2 beers left in their six pack holder (bottles), I then filled the remaining 4 slots with all the little glass bottled items.

Now we don't have to try and pin the glass bottles in with plastic bottles. They'll sit all together without banging into anything.

Wife had a bottle of salad dressing fall out and break a couple night ago. If we'd put it in the six pack holder it never would have happened.
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