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Old 04-01-2021, 08:25 PM   #1
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I have a pull out pantry on my 97 PW which has one open side. Things often fall out of the pantry and get behind the drawers to the pantry's left. Anyone have this issue and have found a solution? Suggestions? Thx.glenn

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Old 04-01-2021, 09:06 PM   #2
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I have higher walls and never had problems. You can glue in plywood or plastic higher walls.
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How about those spring loaded rods that are sold to keep items from shifting around the RV?

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They come in different sizes.
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Or bungee-style elastic net, which you can also find online in different sizes?
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Or bungee-style elastic net, which you can also find online in different sizes?
I bought a bungee-style elastic net at Bass Pro Shop while traveling on the road.
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Can you find plastic tubs to fit the shelves then secure the tubs with elastic straps across the opening?
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