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Subject Topic: Ideas for storing glasses/cups/crockery
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Message posted by smiffa21/8/2020 at 1:22pm
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We're new to caravanning this year.

We have all our old tenting crockery, cutlery and pans. All the plates are melamine, the cutlery is lightweight metal, cups are tin/enamel and the "glasses" are polycarbonate. Pans are standard kitchen.

Currently we actually remove everything but the cutlery, pack into plastic boxes and stuff into a low-level under-seat locker. How long this goes on for is another question...

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We wrap our in newspaper.


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Burger joints give out holders for take out drinks, made out of egg carton stuff. Works well for glass tumblers.
Regarding plates, we have the cheapo white toughened glass jobs from Ikea, and mugs from the clear stuff, travelling in the wire racks with no padding. Havenít lost anything through breakage in top cupboards yet ( fingers crossed)

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Quote: Originally posted by morepints on 21/8/2020
Burger joints give out holders for take out drinks, made out of egg carton stuff. Works well for glass tumblers.
Regarding plates, we have the cheapo white toughened glass jobs from Ikea, and mugs from the clear stuff, travelling in the wire racks with no padding. Havenít lost anything through breakage in top cupboards yet ( fingers crossed)



Now there will be an excuse for my teens to have a McDonalds!!

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We just place in a plastic box with the T towels, keep them stored like this until we are on site then pack and store for next trip

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Would the segmented cardboard wine bottle holders you get in supermarkets be good for glasses/cups?

Message posted by blueexpo9726/8/2020 at 5:07pm
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Surely you need that for the wine.

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We use rubber matting from poundland making dollies for the plates and rubber matting for the shelves so nothing moves and we have had plates and cups for thirty years


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