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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 17-02-2015, 20:41 Thread Starter
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no cutlery storage

We are changing our van so we can take John's bike with us.
The van was supplied to the uk with a full cooker, so no drawers, what do i do about storing the cutlery?
Has had a microwave fitted too, we use the one at home a few times a year, so may have this taken out and utilise area for a drawer, will need my trusty stool though it is pretty high up.
Could put a tray in the oven i suppose, just need to remember to remove it when i use the oven.


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Is there a low cupboard that you could fit a couple of runners to the roof of the cupboard and a plastic tray could be slid in and out?

I know what I mean but I'm maybe not describing it very well!
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buy a small plastic basket and store it in one of the cupboards or overhead locker. I use loads of those plastic baskets in various shapes in sizes in the lockers, cupboards and fridge

a sturdy cutlery pot?

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Try one of those cutlery baskets as used in dishwashers, can be stood in the sink or in a locker when traveling.

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We store our cutlery in a neoprene zip up Ipad case. We use this to try to stop the rattling of the cutlery when driving but you could store this in any cupboard or wardrobe. It has the added advantage that we have essy access to the cutlery when setting the table.
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Try one of those cutlery baskets as used in dishwashers............

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Our solution as well.

For the taller stuff like spatulas we use a tall but narrow box fixed in place in a cupboard to stop them falling over.
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Don't you get some great ideas on here?!
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I agree with JWW - you do get great ideas on here. Thats why we keep coming back to MHF.
Sorry I can't think of anything better except have a look at the poundshops etc for plastic storage boxes. I got a flat bacon storer for the fridge which cutlery would fit in to well.
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Use your fingers!

Coat get, go, sorry.

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