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Old 10-23-2014, 10:46 PM   #1
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New Knife Rack In Kitchen!

Thanks Todd! He did this for me using 2 small hollow door mollys (thanks for the help everyone, we found some!) No more cut fingers for me digging around in the utensil drawer This is my favorite knife rack (at any price). It is from Ikea. Love it.
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Nice use it well no more band aids.
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Old 10-24-2014, 03:45 AM   #3
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Very nice! Certainly saves counter space.
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Very nice Todd! It's looking pretty homey in there!
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Thanks Todd! He did this for me using 2 small hollow door mollys (thanks for the help everyone, we found some!) No more cut fingers for me digging around in the utensil drawer This is my favorite knife rack (at any price). It is from Ikea. Love it.

Very nice. Do you have to move or store away any of the utensils when traveling with the RW? Or, maybe that's not happen yet since you just set this up. I like the spice rack and knife rack.
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Thanks Guy; All the stuff you see there goes in the SINK when we travel on top of a kitchen towel. The "sign" above the spice rack was easily stuck on with 3M strips. The spice jars I ordered cheap on Amazon.com from Italy (we lived there for 3 years, so that's nostalgia). They fit nice. I simply secure them with a strip of masking tape when we get underway, one of my tools in my "go box" which has the stuff I need to get going (secure fridge doors, etc.) Obviously the spice rack was already there (standard in our RW) so I can't take credit for that! ~Theresa
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