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Old 09-28-2016, 10:29 PM   #15
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My 22' Sport has a cut-out for milk. Are you sure you've not swapped the upper and lower shelves?
You can also cut the lower shelf out to accommodate a milk carton. It's a simple matter.
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Old 09-30-2016, 08:48 PM   #16
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Thanks for all the great replies. May not get 22FB anyway, wife wants larger trailer. Answer I was looking for was, "you can get the shelf with the cut-out for 1 gallon milk at so and so for $'s plus shipping". Thanks
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Old 10-01-2016, 06:17 AM   #17
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I keep and carry powdered milk for cooking purposes, have for decades.

I have found that carrying a quart of milk or cream on the frig door in very hot weather contributes to it spoiling quickly...it just doesn't stay cold enough there to last the week or 10 days I need to use it up.

In hot weather, I lay these on a shelf inside, and use the door for water, iced tea, and other items more amenable to varying temperatures.


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Old 10-01-2016, 10:35 PM   #18
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Answer I was looking for was, "you can get the shelf with the cut-out for 1 gallon milk at so and so for $'s plus shipping". Thanks
If that was what you were looking for, that was the question you should have asked. LOL!
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Old 10-02-2016, 12:57 AM   #19
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I keep and carry powdered milk for cooking purposes, have for decades.

I have found that carrying a quart of milk or cream on the frig door in very hot weather contributes to it spoiling quickly...it just doesn't stay cold enough there to last the week or 10 days I need to use it up.

In hot weather, I lay these on a shelf inside, and use the door for water, iced tea, and other items more amenable to varying temperatures.


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It's also probably worth noting that anything with any weight (such as a half-gallon of milk) in the door places quite a burden on the door hinges, especially while bumping down the road.
We keep only light items in the door.
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Yes, putting heaving items in the door is bad idea IMO. When we 1st got the Casita, we loaded up the refrig door with heavy items and soon had broken door trays.

Thanks for all the posts, ideas. Cheers
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Rum works well with corn flakes and does not need to be refrigerated.
I like it. Creative thinking.
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Thanks for all the great replies. May not get 22FB anyway, wife wants larger trailer. Answer I was looking for was, "you can get the shelf with the cut-out for 1 gallon milk at so and so for $'s plus shipping". Thanks
The fridge in the 30' fits 1 gallon milk containers.

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Refrig in 19 and 20 fit 1 gallon milk containers too. Rum with corn flakes was good ideal, but like powered mild, not for me. Thanks for replies. Cheers
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