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Old 05-27-2013, 11:14 AM   #15
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Smile Microwave for 2006 28 ft. International

Our trailer came with a full stove/ oven. We want to add a microwave. Any ideas for where to place one?
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Old 05-27-2013, 11:26 AM   #16
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I can tell you not to store glass jars of Tikka Masala along with other heavy items on the shelf under the sink and then drive the worst part of the Alaska Highway. If you do, you may spend hours cleaning the sauce that spilled all over when the shelve gave out. A particularly odorous sauce, it can find it's way under the stove and into every crook and cranny.

I'm just surmising that this could be a problem- not that it happened to me or anything.
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Old 05-31-2013, 11:23 AM   #17
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It's true some folks lead protected lives and their ceramics have never broken while towing, but I'm not so perfect. I've converted to plastics to be sure my things remain usable after rigorous travel.
I like using plastic containers to group like products together such as laundry soap, dryer softness, etc. I also keep dry goods in plastic containers for ease of storage - products like pasta, cereal, coffee and so on.
The sink cover/chopping block is a nice dual use feature, but it's quite bulky and there's no convenient place to store it, so I use a small bamboo chopping block for a cutting surface. It's just more convenient.
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