Acrylic trays: The fast, easy way to organize your fridge

If you’re like most RVers, your refrigerator is packed with milk, eggs, fruit and all the cooking essentials necessary to keep your camping crew well-fed and happy. Unfortunately, those messy, overcrowded shelves often mean you can’t find the food you’re looking for when you need it.

With a 6-Piece Refrigerator Organizer Set by Kitchen Shaq, food is properly arranged, stays in place while traveling, and is easy to find. The set includes 2 wide trays (14.8 x 8.3 x 3.75”), 2 narrow trays (11.8 x 3.8 x 3.8”), a drink holder for 9 12 oz. cans or 11 7.5 oz. cans (13.5 x  5.5  x 3.75”) and an egg holder that stores 14 eggs (14.5 x 4.5 x 3”). With room for produce, condiments and more, organization is hassle-free.

Using the sturdy, built-in handles, you can effortlessly pull the trays out of your fridge or freezer, making unpacking groceries a breeze. The trays are stackable, which saves space, and are BPA-free, heavy-duty acrylic – strong and durable.

Features:

  • 6-piece set for versatility
  • Built-in handles
  • See-through, stackable design
  • Premium quality
  • BPA-free

You will find the refrigerator organizers on Amazon.com.

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6 Thoughts to “Acrylic trays: The fast, easy way to organize your fridge”

  1. Mike

    Jim and Bob have it right. Do not block airflow, even over filling frig area will reduce efficiency!

  2. Shirley Casimates

    I AM TRYING THE PLASTIC TRAYS THIS TRIP WILL LET EVERYONE KNOW

  3. Teresa Scroggs

    We have a 36’ motor coach. I tried the egg tray with the lid and there is just enough bounce that the eggs cracked.

  4. Jim Anderson

    About Bob’s suggestion of using the Acrylic tray.
    Though having everything organized is a good idea.
    If you have a dual fuel absorption refrigerator like we have in our motorhome the solid tray block the movement of air in the refrigerator causing the Refrigerator not to work as efficient as it should when the cold air is allowed to flow freely. If you have a residential refrigerator with blowers to move the air then glass shelves and large solid containers are not much of a factor at all. But with our inefficient gas absorption refrigerators blocking the movement of the air is just not a good idea…..

    1. Mike Soeth

      Yep, have thrown away more stuff, frozen or spoiled, because of poor airflow in an over packed fridge. Aggravating.

    2. Bob

      I totally agree and was about to comment when I read yours, if you decide to use these shelf organizers you should definitely use a fan designed for the fridge.

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