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Old 08-10-2006, 09:46 AM   #1
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Kitchen wall spice rack??

We find the wire pantry racks inadequate for spice bottles. The racks are too wide and things seem to bounce around unless overstuffed.

So, the question is whether there is a nice spice rack that we could mount on the wall beside the stove? We'd want to hold 6 or so jars. To be secure while on the road, we wonder whether the racks that hold jars at an angle would be effective and better than those that hold containers in a vertical or horizontal position.

We've looked at some in the local Container Store. If anyone has a suggestion and a picture or place on the Internet where we might see and order one, we'd welcome the input. Thanks in advance.

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Hi Mike -

We have one like this in our Safari, and love it. I do take the jars down before we travel and put them in the sink, though - don't really want to test the power of the magnets. Here's a pic of it in action:
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Old 08-10-2006, 09:59 AM   #4
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We've seen that magnetic one, I think. I too wonder whether the magnets can withstand the bumping and motion while traveling. It would be nice to have some rack that doesn't have to be emptied for traveling. Just one more thing to secure.
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