Post-it makes little peel-n-stick-on pockets which are great for corralling receipts, clipped coupons & recipes, etc.
They come in a packet, with varying sizes, and the largest of these is great on the side of the home frig for tax documents.....I drop property tax, donations, etc., documents in there all year long, then pull them out and organize for the tax man in April.
I love organizer thingies.
A bit too much, Doug would say.
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Around here the BORG is also known as Home Despot 😄. And we tend to spend too much time and cash there....
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I finally identified the security product that I had been wanting for months - it's the Pacsafe Travelsafe 12L. This relates to a couple of different previous threads where we were discussing methods of securing both weapons and electronic devices inside an Interstate, with the intention of keeping that stuff away from smash-and-grabbers (nothing would stop a highly motivated thief) and also children (especially in the case of handguns).
I've come to conclude that any device that does not fold, nest, roll, squish, or otherwise compact probably does not have a place in my Interstate. There just isn't room for large rigid objects beyond what is absolutely necessary (a fixed security safe is out of the question, especially in a T1N-based Interstate). The beauty of this 12L is its flexibility. One could put valuables in it and then squash the thing into an obscure vehicular body cavity that would not be a likely high-priority search target during a smash-and-grab. So you'd have two layers of security in that scenario - first concealment, and then second, if it were found, it would be cabled to the Sprinter frame.
Here's a short vid showing the operation of it. About $80 on Amazon, which is a lot less than a conventional small safe, whether designed for RV or not.
One could put valuables in it and then squash the thing into an obscure vehicular body cavity that would not be a likely high-priority search target during a smash-and-grab. So you'd have two layers of security in that scenario - first concealment, and then second, if it were found, it would be cabled to the Sprinter frame.
In my 2012 Interstate, it can also serve as a theft deterrent for the van itself. Swivel the driver's seat to face the rear, and use the cable to lock the PacSafe to the seat swivel so that the seat can't be swung back around. No one can drive the van with the driver's seat locked backwards!
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Quite possibly the cheapest commercially-available small space adaptation ever - 77 cents at the Big Orange Retail Giant (BORG). I needed a sleeve-like odds-and-ends holder on the right side of the driver's seat, small enough not to hamper foot traffic or the operation of the parking brake, but large enough to hold sun glasses, phone charging cord, a couple of CDs, and snacks. I had planned to use this only as long as it took me to devise an alternative that is more stylistically appropriate, but it makes me laugh to look at it, so I might keep it as-is. Held in place around the seat using a mini-bungee cord.