We just recently noticed that our flip-up counter extension (installed by ETI) by the kitchen sink, easily sways back and forth (with just the slightest touch of a finger), when in the down position. We realize this makes it super easy to lift and lock into place since there is zero resistance. By the way, we like and use this nice little counter extension a lot when doing dishes!
This realization, however, made us think...how much does this little counter extension rock back and forth, hitting the counter, over and over while under tow?... Especially during city driving? All those starts and stops...Hmmmm We know it's not a big deal but we just prefer to have everything secure, if possible.
So, for now, we decided to add one more item to our departure check list: Lift counter extension to the up (locked) position during travel. Now we feel a bit better knowing it's not moving back and forth and secure in place.
However, all this to say, we are curious if anyone here has figured out a way to secure their counter extension (so it doesn't move) when in the down position? Perhaps with something simple like velcro? hook loop hardware? strap? bungee? clip? magnets?...
My apologies if this has already been addressed here, just couldn't find anything. Thanks in advance! -Bea