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Old 01-29-2006, 09:29 AM   #15
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Hello everyone.. I have opinions for both sides of the fence.. on the disposable side.. I see the need when boondocking and limited h2o.. but we use cored dishes and cloth dishclothes and dishtowels.. I hate the amount of garbage that we throw out. Wish we had recycling here... the amount of unnecessary garbage that goes out of this campground is unbelievable.. We are in Fla.. no recycling containers anywhere here.. Annie
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Old 01-29-2006, 05:38 PM   #16
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[Seen at the "other" thread:] I think the answer to this and the other thread started by our Missions (non-Airstream?) potential investor is that this'd be a tough way to come out on the plus side. My opinion is that those that use glass already have a ready answer. A single product probably wouldn't fit the necessary enclosure/cabinet spaces, as each Airstream year & model tends to be somewhat different. If we truly needed a product like this, it'd be difficult to place on the shelves in an RV/Airstream supplier given the ease of multiple-sized plastic boxes at Target, etc. That goes double for SOBs -- "How do you protect your longnecks?" The proposition you've heard sounds like all too many venture capital schemes I was invited to 20-25 years ago. Beware!

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Old 01-30-2006, 07:18 AM   #17
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Stoneware is too heavy for trailerling, and paper tableware is just gauche. Dishes can be washed in very little water. I have Corelle sets in both trailers. They're inexpensive, nearly indestructable, light weight, don't need to be disposed of when they're dirty, and don't need special packing for going down the road.

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Old 01-30-2006, 08:09 AM   #18
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Old 01-30-2006, 11:37 AM   #19
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No, I made a wonderful rack out of oak moulding. The beauty of this rack is its simplicity. All I did was cut the moulding to length and then space it to hold the bottoms of my wine glasses. I slide the glasses in and out of the rack and they ride upside down. The mugs hang free and do swing slightly but have enough room that even on large bumps will hit nothing. Total cost of my wine and mug rack was about $3.00 including stain, screws, and filler. I get many favorable comments on it and it takes up no space in the limited cabinets.
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