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Storing your pans


How do you store your pans in your RV? I am concerned I will scratch mine with the traveling.

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kandj05 wrote:

How do you store your pans in your RV? I am concerned I will scratch mine with the traveling.


 You might try putting rubber shelf liner, or thick paper, between the pans.



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My wife ordered some asterisk-shaped pads on Amazon that are made for just that purpose. She says to search for "pot and pan protectors." She's never had a scratch on her non-stick cookware.

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We use paper towels between the pans if they are nested. Most of our pans ride on their sides.

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We use the rubber shelf liner, cut to size between ours = no problem. We also velcro shut our door handles, where anything likely to move and fly out, when driving around switch backs/mountain curves/going over ruts when boon docking etc. That gives us added peace of mind also.


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kandj05 wrote:

How do you store your pans in your RV? I am concerned I will scratch mine with the traveling.


 I've worried about many things in my life…but scratching my pans isn't one of them. I just put ours under the stove in the cabinet…the only 3 that could conceivably scratch are the 3 Calphalon non stick pans I have…they stack on top of one another and after 5 years show no signs of the coating inside them being scratched up from the other pans sitting on them. The outside of the pan…who cares?

 



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We use something similar to these: https://www.amazon.com/Violet-Linen-Scratch-Protector-3-pack/dp/B002Z926N8

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I ended up ordering these from Amazon. So far, they are working well. I didn't spend $500 on pans for them to get scratched immediately.

www.amazon.com/PADDED-POT-PAN-PROTECTORS-SET/dp/B003YDGIF6/ref=sr_1_9

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I have stainless and all glass lids. I cut a bunch of rubber shelf liner strips and cross them in each pan and stack. Then put one through the handle in the lid and put it upside down in pan with tags sticking out. Fortunately the whole set fits with no wiggle room in the drawer under the oven.

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