Robin, i completely agree; it's important to lock up as much as possible, specially with lil ones traveling with you.
So here goes the question, and i apologize in advance if
, but my search didn't really bring much material to answer this: what to do with household fridge and other "delicate" appliances (portable AC, for ex.) and vibrations?
I'm asking because, as the fridge i spent blood sweat and tears restoring
(some sanding and a spray can of glossy grey) died without a warning (you know, warn a brother before you die, you stupid fridge!), i was looking at this lil fridge that apparently only uses 25W, which is great for my "lil genny that could"; however, the first thing i see on the pamphlet is "not for RV use".
I presume that is posted because it's a regular 110/120V unit, and most commercial RVs are 12/24V DC, so ppl would have a nice surprise trying to plug it in lol....
As i see most of the other builds do use household appliances, what do you do? rubber mat under them? nothing at all?
i have an old car tire (don't ask...) i don't need in the garage, and thought maybe to cut strips out of it, and lay them flat to cover the floor, making a "mat" for it?
Lack of sleep made me turn a simple question into a book...good night...