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Organizing a Small Freezer

Most 5th Wheels have what I call a 1/2 fridge. There's not a lot of space in there, so organization is a must when trying to feed a family of 4. I got sick of items falling out of the freezer everytime I opened the door. Stacking things on those shelves just wasn't working. When I took inventory of what was in the freezer, I realized that I could organize the items into three sections - breakfast items, meat items, and prepared foods. The other thing I needed space for were ice cubes, since we have an ice maker. So, I measured the length, height, and depth of the spaces and found these sturdy plastic organizer bins with handy handle cutouts. Their measurements, 8-inches square by 6-inches high, were a perfect match. Here's a 4-pack that will save you some money. This is how my freezer looks now and nothing falls out, ever.


  1. I have the same fridge/freezer, where did you find those bins?

    1. I've updated the post to include links to the bins. I hope that helps. Thanks for stopping by!

    2. Love your idea! Thank you for adding the link. I'm on this!!

  2. I was really looking for some ideas that you have already discussed. Now it will be easy choosing the best options from https://www.gotabout.com/best-refrigerators-truckers


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