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Denjen1029

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Posted: 04/27/12 07:42am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

When I travel stuff really gets shaken around and sometimes will even fall out or over in the cabinets and refrigerator. I was surfing the internet the other day and found this site. It had a thing called the shelf hog that seems to fit the bill for me
Take a look at this on www.helpfulhogproducts.com. I ordered a set and they sold me some of their samples and said more were on order from the factory. Tried them and they really worked!

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I installed a second latch on all the cupboard doors and that worked great for us.

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Aye yai yai! What a tedious and overly long video just to demonstrate a plastic blow up shape. I'm sure they work well and take up little room when deflated.

I'll stick with my spring loaded rods as they haven't failed me yet, plus I use non-skid shapes to line my cabinits abd for use between dishes and pots. My refridgerator is easily over-stuffed so need for the shelf-hog.


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Spring loaded curtain rods and sticky shelf liner works for me. And if you have kids, put some Velcro on their clothes and stick them to a seat.


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Escargot wrote:

Aye yai yai! What a tedious and overly long video just to demonstrate a plastic blow up shape. I'm sure they work well and take up little room when deflated.


I agree that the video is about 4X too long!! It seems to me some blown up water wings would do the same.


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Posted: 04/27/12 08:19pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Maybe it is luck on the design of TT's we've used? We travel mostly back roads which are often not as well kept up as Interstates. But with properly adjusted WDH, and tires run only 5 psi over the weight vesrus psi tables, we have no problems with stuff moving around or doors opening. Never been an issue.


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Posted: 04/28/12 09:59am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Only cabinet that I have problems with stuff moving, is the one in the slide over sofa, and I usually have very little in it... and my plastic cups turn over and then roll around.. Maybe I will go get somewater wings to fill it up the cabinet from the dollar store.

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Crumpled up news paper works well. Just stuff it in.


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Posted: 05/01/12 06:40am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I don't seem to have much of this problem. just I am careful opening up that old darn medicine cabinet. never know what will fly out but I use those small plastic rectangle skinny cheapo baskets and put things in that and then into the cabinet. some things left out and they are the ones that attack me.

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