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Old 06-09-2023, 03:43 PM   #1
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Fridge security

Just wanted to share a clever idea to keep things from banging around in the old icebox. Swim noodle! Zip ties! Tah-da!!!!
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Great idea! Nothing worst than a beer falling out.
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Looks like a good idea. Thanks for sharing.
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Great idea! Nothing worst than a beer falling out.
Yes there is. The bottle breaking.
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Hey, that's a novel idea! It's just me & I rarely have enough food to wedge in my fridge to keep stuff from falling out when I open the door. I also have some wire stacker shelves for plates that could use this idea to keep them from falling out when I open that cabinet.

I've got several of the black, already split, pipe insulator tubes from when I needed them for a 4 slide Phaeton. I used 8 of them on that. I have just a 1 slide PC now & have been working on using the extra 7. I already cut up a couple of them to keep my knee-high boot shafts from toppling over in my closet. I can cut up some more to zip tie to those shelves..
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Brilliant!
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I might have to try those on the adjustable bring loaded rods for the fridge from Camco. Some are singles and some are doubles connected with a plastic spacer. Menards had them dirt cheap.
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Wife just shoves a rolled up bath towel in the front of each shelf works great.
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I might have to try those on the adjustable bring loaded rods for the fridge from Camco. Some are singles and some are doubles connected with a plastic spacer. Menards had them dirt cheap.


We use these and they word great. Advantage is they donít take much space. You can easily remove them when parked and not have to squeeze stuff between shelves when removing or putting it back.

Iíll give the swim noodles a 3.5 stars out of 5 for ingenuity and cost (Lol). Camco spacers a 5.
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