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Posted: 04/23/22 02:14pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Another question; If you stuff a container wider than door into cabinet in and it spreads out to fill the area, what happens when you pull it out. Will the cabinet take the force, or will the face pull off?

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Yea, I'm kinda with the last coment. If it fits through the opening your really not pavking it the whole with, if you were it wouldn't fit through the opening. So you are really not using that space anyway. I have simmiler unused space in my closet. I pack my milk crate and put some socks and underwear on the side of it ( or pjs for the kids) . I still have unused room, otherwise I wouldn't be able to get my milk creats out. But at least its not all wasted space.


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I use the packing cubes like that. Because they are fully softsided and the contents are all soft, it is easy to "warp" the filled cube to fit through the smaller opening and then spread it out to fill the larger space. Sort of like fitting paper towels into a bottle - even though the mouth is smaller than the interior space, the towels can be folded or scrunched to fit.


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Thanks again for the ideas!


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Reusable shopping bags. Almost square, but flexible enough to pass through the door opening.


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I put shelves in the Wardrobe and just put my folded clothes on the shelves. I use disposable grocery bags to haul the clothes to and from the house.


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