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Old 08-24-2012, 02:24 PM   #1
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I have a small cupboard where I keep 2 wine glasses. I have tried various methods of keeping them from moving around (or falling when I'm on gravel roads), and none has worked.

I tried velcroing around the glasses this time, but the back of the cupboard is fabric, so it didn't hold. I've also tried bubble wrap around the glasses, which also slides off.

Any ideas on how to stabilize the glasses?
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Old 08-25-2012, 10:06 PM   #2
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We carried two wine glasses and two coffee cup mugs and put the wine glasses inside the mugs upside down. On our last trip we switched to stemless wine glasses. In fact we bought these stainless steel wine glasses from REI Coop that don't spill.

http://www.rei.com/product/798282/gsi-o ... -wineglass
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Old 08-25-2012, 11:00 PM   #3
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Plastic wine glasses?....Guess I am a heathen, eh?......lol
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Some ideas: (finding some of them in North America might be difficult)

http://woozie.com/

http://www.firebox.com/product/1140/Wine-Glass-Holder (use screws instead of suction cup)

Use acrylic wine glasses.

http://www.amazon.com/StemGrip-Stemware ... B000OAGD0C

Keep the wine glasses in the box them came in.

http://www.caraselledirect.com/_/homecare/muggi/

http://www.motorhome-accessories.com/co ... lder--489/

or a homemade clip using clothes pegs

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Old 08-27-2012, 05:18 PM   #5
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Thank you all for the wonderful ideas.

Here's what I'm trying, and will let you know if it works. Take one small, strong box from Christmas that had jellies in it (it has a tall back),and insert a large car sponge. Trace and cut out circles for tops of wine glasses. Insert glasses (they insert quite a way into the foam) and cross your fingers.

Actually, I might add a bit of velcro to the cardboard back of the box to hold the stems. I checked and the box fits nicely into the space.
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What about mounting an under cabinet stemware rack like these? Just find a spot to mount it, looks like it might need 4 wood or sheet metal screws, and hang your wine glasses. They'll make your galley area look very "posh", like a fancy restaurant.
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Under-Cabinet ... e/10927129
http://www.target.com/p/under-cabinet-s ... A-10154368
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What about mounting an under cabinet stemware rack like these? Just find a spot to mount it, looks like it might need 4 wood or sheet metal screws, and hang your wine glasses. They'll make your galley area look very "posh", like a fancy restaurant.
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Under-Cabinet ... e/10927129
http://www.target.com/p/under-cabinet-s ... A-10154368
I guess we are a little weird. To us, a glass just for wine is a waste of space and effort. Wine, water, beer, vodka, soda, tea, same glass. The taste doesn't really change any, just the perception! Dixie cup, plastic cup, empty (refilled), soda bottle, no matter, we are camping, not fine dining.
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Personally, we use little plastic cups, or bigger plastic cups, purchased at Walmart for "beverages"
requiring a semi-civilized container. You can clean 'em and re-use 'em, or toss and replace 'em.
I agree about function versus form.
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We're using plastic (maybe acrylic for wine). DW definitely prefers some sort of wine glass for wine.

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Better the wine in the wine glass, than the whine and the flying glass?
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