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Old 08-10-2022, 05:16 AM   #1
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Dusty cabinet bottom makes pans dirty

My wife noticed that putting pots directly on the floor of the pots&pans cabinet results in dusty / dirty pots&pans because the floor dust of the RV collects at the bottom of the cabinets and finds its way onto the outsides of the pots&pans.


I am thinking of using a cookie-cooling mesh to raise them off the cabinet floor a bit. Any other ideas for lifting heavy cast-iron cookware a little bit off the RV floor? The cabinet bottom is the floor of the RV, btw, and of course there is a small gap in the bottom of the cabinet door so floor dust does move around to inside the cabinet.
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Old 08-10-2022, 05:48 AM   #2
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My wife noticed that putting pots directly on the floor of the pots&pans cabinet results in dusty / dirty pots&pans because the floor dust of the RV collects at the bottom of the cabinets and finds its way onto the outsides of the pots&pans.


I am thinking of using a cookie-cooling mesh to raise them off the cabinet floor a bit. Any other ideas for lifting heavy cast-iron cookware a little bit off the RV floor? The cabinet bottom is the floor of the RV, btw, and of course there is a small gap in the bottom of the cabinet door so floor dust does move around to inside the cabinet.
Had a house once on a slab with no basement. Pulled up the rec-room rug for replacement and found gobs of clay and dried mud, spackling and wire strippings and bits had been left all over the slab. Found the same sorts of things under the galley cabinets of my Tiffin Allegro 31IA. All you can do is clean up after the person who didn't.
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Run a bead chalking along the inside bottom corner.
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