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  • Tiffany Clark

    Quick cleaning tips. To prevent crumbs and other items from falling into a hard-to-reach spot, fill the gap between your fridge and countertop with nearly invisible plastic tubing.

  • Tamar L

    End the annoying cleaning of that pesky gap between the stove and countertop with clear plastic tubing. Problem solved! Via Family Handyman

  • Pamela Chapman

    Clever idea. Use Simple Plastic Tubing to Seal the Gap Between Kitchen Countertops and Appliances

  • Maribel Alvarez

    Tip: Use Plastic Tubing To Seal The Gap Between the Fridge and Counter Family Handyman

  • Ginger Gee

    Kitchen Countertop gap filler -- simple no-glue trick. Just buy a length of plastic tubing (which comes by the foot on rolls at your local big hardware store) and press it in the gap. Measure the space before you head to the store so you know what width tubing to buy. Clear tubing is available at home centers in several widths starting at 1/8 in. It's as simple as that! Keep crumbs out with plastic tubing. Fill the void with nearly invisible plastic tubing.

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