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Doug Kanter
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Default Repairing cracked shelf in refrigerator door

Good idea, but then I'd want stainless steel EVERYTHING in the kitchen, and
I can't afford that. :-)

"EXT" etonks@sunstormADD-DOT-COM wrote in message
I have repaired plastic fridge shelves/drawers with pop rivets to hold
stainless steel strapping across the break. This creates a "decorative"
of repair as it looks like it should be there. The stainless steel straps
are about 1/2" wide and are leftovers from the straps used to anchor
road-side signs to utility poles by strapping around the pole. The excess
cut off and that is what I used.

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The lower shelf on the door (molded plastic) in my 8-year-old
refrigerator is cracked on both ends -- any suggestions for how to
repair it?

I tried epoxy, but no luck -- the plastic is pretty thin and I don't
think there was enough surface area.

My appliance repair shop suggested duct tape, which would work, but
would be ugly and hard to clean.

I'm wondering if there is some kind of kit out there that will do the



If you find a way, let me know. I've tried two different epoxies so far
the vegetable drawer. No luck.