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Old 01-06-2015, 04:26 PM   #21
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Never throw anything away and eventually, as in my case, nothing will move around in there.
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Old 01-06-2015, 06:53 PM   #22
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I seem to recall where someone had glued (hot melt?) small, clear, corner protectors at the front of the shelf. I found this pic on Amazon, but home improvement stores may have them in stock.

I also use these clear protectors glued onto shelf. My wife things they look "chintzy". I think they look great.
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Old 01-15-2015, 09:30 PM   #23
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secure items in vanity

I cut a piece of plexiglass to desired height 2 to 3 inchs and desires length to flex behind the styles for each shelf. Holds everything in place when you open the door, short enough to reach over to pull items out and can see where everything is. Works great.
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I cut a piece of plexiglass to desired height 2 to 3 inchs and desires length to flex behind the styles for each shelf. Holds everything in place when you open the door, short enough to reach over to pull items out and can see where everything is. Works great.
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Old 01-16-2015, 01:13 AM   #25
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Never throw anything away and eventually, as in my case, nothing will move around in there.
IMO - Edatlanta might have the best "real world" answer . . . .

You all have vanities? Now I feel left out.

Since we don't have one, I found this 42 pocket door hanger on Amazon and it holds more than you could fit in 10 vanities. It is secure; safe; and unbelievably stable. It cost about $15. The pockets are made of net so you can see everything - even all the little things like nail tools; dental floss; small prescription containers; etc.
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I did the same thing that Texaseagle did with the plexiglass. It works good for us.
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Old 01-23-2015, 10:22 AM   #27
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I use some small plastic containers from Walmart. I've also heard of using the small cardboard six-pack beer bottle totes to hold shampoo and the like.
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We use small baskets available almost everywhere to hold our things. This works well for all but the tallest items, which we usually put in the back behind the baskets.
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IMO - Edatlanta might have the best "real world" answer . . . .

You all have vanities? Now I feel left out.

Since we don't have one, I found this 42 pocket door hanger on Amazon and it holds more than you could fit in 10 vanities. It is secure; safe; and unbelievably stable. It cost about $15. The pockets are made of net so you can see everything - even all the little things like nail tools; dental floss; small prescription containers; etc.
I have a vanity and still use one of those pocket door hangers for sun screen, shampoo, etc. It works well.
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