storing glass cookware in pantry
I need a better way to store my pyrex and corning ware glass pans and their lids. I have several shelves of my pantry devoted to these and the deeper metal roasting pans (shallow cookie-sheet type things go in a different place). I had some wire divider things for a long time, like the kind you can use for dishes, but those never worked and got thrown out by DH. Since the glass pans and lids are both big and quite heavy they just tipped over in the divider, since the wire parts were pretty short. IÂve never seen one with high dividers. Right now they are nesting and getting a particular one out causes a lot of clatter; and pulling out the whole stack to put one back is a chore. DH will just shove one back willy-nilly, too, if the "system" is not easy.
There must be a better way, but what? IÂd prefer to store them on their sides if possible. I have a lot of vertical space between the shelves, like 13". Those wire stack-a-shelves donÂt work either; they are too high and waste too much space: plus are too flimsy and I can easily snag a leg and pull the whole stack down. The actual shelves are home-installed cheap particleboard: kind of wavy and warped, but functional.