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  • Pamela Chapman

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

  • Erin Whalen

    Quick Cleaning Tips | The Family Handyman. How to keep stuff from falling into the gap between your fridge and countertop

  • Darlyn D

    "Keep crumbs from falling into the gap between your counter top and refrigerator by filling the void with clear plastic tubing. You can purchase it at home centers in several widths." Great Idea!

  • Traci Kline

    Keep crumbs from falling into the gap between your counter top and refrigerator by filling the void with clear plastic tubing. You can purchase it at home centers in several widths. Other cleaning tips too!

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