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Old 04-05-2009, 01:22 PM   #1
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Ok I did my "search" first and found nothing.
Has anyone seen a very small spice rack that I can tack to a real small space in my casita?
I am thinking something that would hold no more than four of those little mccormick jars like the size in the picture.


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Old 04-05-2009, 01:43 PM   #2
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How about a magnetic spice rack? It requires metal tins for the spices however. If you have a metal stove hood, you could just stick some magnetic strips to the tins and stick them to the hood. However, if you're looking for something more finished, check out peterh's topic here: New Magnetic Spice Rack. I'm sure you'll get other ideas as well.
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I am thinking something that would hold [b]no more than four of those little mccormick jars like the size in the picture.
1. Wood Spice Rack

2. Spice Clips
"Set of three 8 3/4"L clips hold a total of 12 bottles.
Separate the clips with scissors for [b]individual use."

3. Chrome Spice Rack

I think #1 & #3 can hold up 6 of those bottles (I've seen them in the Camping World store) and may be too big.
But #2 can be cut down smaller.
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Old 04-05-2009, 04:59 PM   #4
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2. Spice Clips
"Set of three 8 3/4"L clips hold a total of 12 bottles.
Separate the clips with scissors for [b]individual use."
Thanks.. just ordered a set of three four-bottle spice clips from
http://www.shopgetorganized.com/
That should work perfectly


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Old 04-05-2009, 09:06 PM   #5
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I do most of our cooking outside and can't find a place to put a spice rack. I keep them ina mesh bag in a wooden storage box on the end of the picnic table.
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Old 04-06-2009, 01:03 AM   #6
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I do most of our cooking outside and can't find a place to put a spice rack. I keep them ina mesh bag in a wooden storage box on the end of the picnic table.
I also do my cooking outside. I use a small plastic tackle box to store my spices, spatulas, and other small cooking implements. It's lightweight, portable and packable.
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Old 04-06-2009, 09:14 AM   #7
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I use a small holder I got from the bath section one of the discount stores. It is clear with holes and two suction cups. I suction it right behind the stove. Terry R
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Old 04-06-2009, 11:54 AM   #8
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Wow, I like the idea of the clip spice rack as 99% of my spices are in plastic containers. Note the Camping World prices are cheaper. I wonder how the adhesive holds up in cold and warm weather as you would be pulling to remove your spice? I've been using tupperware 4"x6" and stack them, so I can just grab everything at once.
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Old 04-07-2009, 05:23 PM   #9
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I have these spice clips in my Casita. The adhesive is holding on tight even through very hot temps in the summer months. (I live in Texas) You have to try out different locations to make sure that they don't interfere in any way with whatever you have stored in that particular cabinet. (If you choose to mount them inside a cabinet)
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Old 04-15-2009, 05:01 PM   #10
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I just got this from Ikea. The spice jars are glass - so they are heavy. The holder they are sitting in has rubber rings around the jar holders. We were playing around with them and figured that we would have to be on some pretty rough roads to "hop" these jars out of their holes! It cost $20Cdn.
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I have a SS mesh one in our Scamp. Purchased it at Wally World in the office section. It's actually a desk organizer and come in various lengths. Larry (they also have ones made of fake bamboo)
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Gail S, I love the Ikea spice rack... (Oh, and I love Ikea, too... I've found some great organizer ideas there, both for trailer and home).
In our trailer, I use a clear triangle rack (corner rack) meant for bathroom showers from Tarjay... holds several bottles of spice, and a few other things. Obviously, not all I use at home, but enough to make dinner interesting on the road.

But, I love Gail's idea... I'll check it out the next Ikea trip.
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Old 04-18-2009, 10:04 PM   #13
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I use these small metal cannisters for spices, because they do double duty in the house as well. I have two metal strips mounted vertically in the trailer kitchen, to house the spices -- when i want to cook outside, i can just bring them out and line them up. When the trailer is "resting" in the winter, the spices are inside in the kitchen in the house, where i have a huge steel pegboard for the whole works...
magnetic spice jars
I found them for less than 1/2 this price at Superstore up here in Canada
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