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Old 11-14-2015, 02:38 PM   #11
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If the kitchen is above the axle's it doesn't bounce as much. We had a 5er with the kitchen in the rear that was another story.


We use also Correlle and stands up good. For food items we use baskets and plastic containers.
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Old 11-14-2015, 03:58 PM   #12
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DW uses refrigerator bars (see picture) for the fridge shelves, cabinet shelves and plastic bins (with slide out drawers) to store food cans, snacks, rice/oatmeal.... in. We got the drawers from Walmart. Some kind of non-stick material on each shelf. Never have anything falling out on us after we get to our destination.
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My DW uses that spongey shelf liner you can find at Walmart or Camping World. And she puts it in between the dishes, pot & pans, etc. Also she said she puts cheap paper plates in between the dishes.
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I have Corelle dishes, some glass glasses too. My kitchen is directly over the axles (never considered that, but makes sense). Never had a problem. I have sticky rubber matting in the cabinet bottoms to keep things from moving.
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Go to a restaurant supply store and get the non breakable melmenine plates and bowls. We also use the huge French fry boats fir lots of meals.
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We have Corelle dishes and we store them in a Stack-a-Plate holder available from camping world. We lined the some of the cabinets with the padded shelf liner and when traveling turn our mugs upside down so they have the widest surface to rest on.
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Old 11-15-2015, 07:39 AM   #17
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Thanks to all for your help. I can't wait to get moving!! Today will be my day to practice backing her up and taking another ride before hitting the road for New Years!!
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We also use Corelle dishes. Found some clear plastic bins that were actually called shoe bins but fit perfectly in the cupboards. I use them for the "small stuff". I have one that holds everything I need to make coffee, for instance, just pull it out and everything I need is in the same place. I moved everything around a few times before I found what worked for me. Still not happy with my wineglasses and have to find a solution for them. I find the acrylic glasses too tippy and I'd rather drink it than wear it!
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Still not happy with my wineglasses and have to find a solution for them. I find the acrylic glasses too tippy and I'd rather drink it than wear it!
Check-out silicone glassware/drink ware - seems to be a coming trend!
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I also have the Corelle in the cupboard's have not had any problem with them, I still carry some paper ones also. Real cups and wine glasses, Keep the wine glasses in the box in the cupboard, only one broke, and that was outside, A friend knock it off the table.
Pots and pans go in the bench under the table, Pull out drawer, and under the sink.
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