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Old 08-05-2016, 02:23 PM   #11
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I use those spaces where "they" say not to for storage! I put that non-slip foam stuff on floor and also use baskets. (have it in all the cupboards too, nothing moves ever!) Nothing big or heavy stored under there anyways. Extra paper towels, TP, plastic bags, dish drain rack etc.
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Old 08-05-2016, 02:25 PM   #12
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I have a question about why there are stickers on the floor under the sink that state that area is not a storage compartment?? Is it cause of road dust? as I would think the floor would be strong enough? We will need every inch of storage available as we will likely spend 5 months a year in it. We have already repurposed both the TV and microwave spaces.
I use those spaces where "they" say not to for storage! I put that non-slip foam stuff on floor and also use baskets. (have it in all the cupboards too, nothing moves ever!) Nothing big or heavy stored under there anyways. Extra paper towels, TP, plastic bags, dish drain rack etc.

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