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Old 08-10-2015, 03:54 PM   #11
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We use the "grip" cabinet shelf liner and then we use the following to put our plates, cups, and mugs .
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41JcTe2rG6L.jpg DW puts paper plates in between the dishes so that they don't raddle. She puts cups on a cup dry rack from BBByond . This holds the cups and glasses in place. Pots and pans are put in Oven with a towel between each one so that they don't raddle. For the Pantry we use storage containers that we got a Costco.
For Medicine cabinet we use containers we got at Lowe's.
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Old 08-10-2015, 04:27 PM   #12
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We have used child safety locks similar to the attached photo in our last few rigs. We liked them because they keep the door secure while in transit but once you arrive they can be folded out of the way.

The doors on the Greyhawk are, so far, way more secure so I have not had to worry... Fingers crossed they stay that way
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Old 08-10-2015, 06:04 PM   #13
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For things like the toaster and coffee maker (things you set out on counter) I purchased one of those trunk organizers that has two sections. We put those kinds of things in there and they ride under the table. When we set up, the trunk organizer folds up and can be stored out of site.
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We have several Rubbermaid plastic containers that we put all the dishes, mugs, pots, pans, etc. they fit tightly in the cabinets. The coffee pot and a few other small appliances go under the dinette seats. We use Corelle dishes so there is less chance of any breakage. We pack everything tightly enough that nothing will rattle around and break. After two 8-hour (one way) trips and one 12-hour trip and many shorter trips we have never had a problem.
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We always use caution when opening the cabinets when we first set up. Generally no issues, but once in a while a travel mug or can of something wants to jump out. Travel speed also is a big issue. Take your time and the chances of re-arranging all the cupboards goes down significantly
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We have used child safety locks similar to the attached photo in our last few rigs. We liked them because they keep the door secure while in transit but once you arrive they can be folded out of the way.

The doors on the Greyhawk are, so far, way more secure so I have not had to worry... Fingers crossed they stay that way
Where did you find the ones that fold out of the way when you don't need them? I've searched quite a bit tonight with no luck. Though, I guess it wouldn't be too bad to have them working all the time - we'd just have to get used to it.

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If you are looking for the "swivel latches" you can find them here.

KidCo 12 Pack Swivel Cabinet and Drawer Locks - KIDCO, INC. - Babies "R" Us
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