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Old 07-17-2009, 12:41 PM   #15
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We put hooks on our closet doors like the one pictured for our wet towels. Our trailer model features a space for shoes just inside the door which works well for two pair of shoes.
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Old 07-17-2009, 04:39 PM   #16
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Dry towels are hung on a rack we purchsed for the door.

Wet towels are hung outside on a either a clothesline or the awning supports for drying unless it is raining - then one will be hung inside on the track for the folding screen and, if needed, one will be hung on the shower door track - the bath mat is hung in its normal spot on the towel bar behind the toilet.

Usually when camping we are in water saver mode so we will change our daily shower cycle to a two day cycle - but we will shower on alternate days - leaving only towels for a single shower to be dried each day (did I say this right?).

This works comfortably - an easy routine - but I don't know what we'd do if there were a 3rd in the trailer .....

Wastebasket is a wicker basket sized to hold plastic grocery bags - it sits out of the way under the overhang in front of the beds.



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Old 07-17-2009, 05:27 PM   #17
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Towels...these work well for us, hanging in the shower.

Work well for clothes also.


Suction Cup Hook - Suction Cup - Tower Hook - Suction Hook - Towel Hook
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Old 07-19-2009, 09:47 PM   #18
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We also have a 19 foot Bambi and it took a bit to find places for things. In fact it’s an ongoing process. For shoes we put them under the dinette bench by the door. You also can put the trash there.
If it’s not going to rain I will leave shoes under the belly.
For towels we put hook in the bathroom to hang them.
As time goes on you will find ways to make it work better.
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Old 07-20-2009, 06:19 AM   #19
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We have not solved either the towel-drying or trash-can issues in 2 years in our Interstate. We use suction hooks in the bathroom for towels, hang them outside over the bikes or whatever if it is sunny and we are stationary. We hate heading for the next shower with damp towels, but it happens. We have an over-door hook on a lower cabinet for grocery-store bags for trash, there is simply nowhere to put a trash can in the interior. We do use a stainless/black bag holder mounted horizontally on the lower inside of the closet door, holds an amazing number of bags and doesn't interfere with clothing, etc. Extra shoes go into clear ziplock bags under one of the benches, keeps things clean and you can quickly find what you want.
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Old 07-20-2009, 07:45 AM   #20
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In our closet, I hung from the rod, a single stack canvas shoe rack that holds shoes as well as other sundries. It is narrow and leaves a room for hanging clothes. Incredibly useful. We have installed hooks (stainless) inside the bathroom door and on various wooden walls. On the aluminum walls, we installed those 3M white hooks that you can get any place that stick on the wall and are easily removed.

We have microfiber towels that, after showering, hang outside when parked and over the room divider rod as we travel. Paper towels are on a holder installed vertically on the side of the overhead galley bin.

I have found that the Container Store is a good place to browse for storage ideas.

The trash can--always a challenge in a Bambi. Ours is a skinny, tall, Sterlite one that hangs out by the door. It uses bags larger than grocery bags and hangs out in the shower when on the road.

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Old 07-20-2009, 11:16 PM   #21
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New towel bars.

Hi, I was looking everywhere including the enternet and found several choices for suction cup towel bars. The ones I liked best were made by some-one who belongs to a Winnibego club. They are clear plastic and said to hold up to 25 lbs. The next day we went to the Chineese store and I found a few Items that I will try out on our next trip. I found some 21' wide suction cup towel bars for $6.50 each; [I bought two] I plan to stick them in the shower on the plastic shower walls. I found some plastic organizing trays to fit inside of my upper medicine cabinet. And finally I found a portable, battery powered Water Pick for $20.00 and it is pretty small. Trailer size.

If the Chineese suction cup towel bars don't work, then I will contact the Winnibego guy. [he has about five different sizes]
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Old 07-21-2009, 01:36 AM   #22
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Shoe/boot storage: if you travel with big shoes or boots that get muddy and wet try this gray (almost silver) container. Store it under your trailer by the door almost unseen.

Take off the boots, place them in the box - leave the lid open if you like and slide it under the trailer to keep rain and condensation off. Grainer sells them in various heights, 9" and 12" and bigger. These things are bullet proof and tougher than the kmart/costco versions. When you hitch up, you can either put the box in your trailer or in the back of your tow vehicle.
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Old 07-21-2009, 06:51 AM   #23
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Take a look at this one Bob.


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Old 07-21-2009, 08:52 AM   #24
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Hello All... We have found a 4 towel 18 inch towel bar at IKEA... rotates and it is great and works well with our side bath Argosy...
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Old 07-21-2009, 10:53 PM   #26
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Hi, Robert. I have seen this Powerlock Suction Towel Bar and really like it except that it is only about 9"s wide. If they made this one 18 to 24"s wide, I would have bough them. [Correction] In my above post, my towel bars are 21 inches long, not feet.
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Hey Bob, we would like to hear how your suction cup towel bars work, and if there is a manufacturer who could be contacted. If they don't, who is the Winnebago guy? We have searched for smallish towel bars, to add one to the bathroom door or with suction cups for the bathroom wall. Have not found them, did look at the one in #23, it is too small for a bath towel. Always a challenge living in a small space, but so worth the effort!
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Tracking dirt in is one of my annoyances so I bought 4 large foam squares that are used in kids room. When we camp that is our "welcome" mat. Shoes come off and go in a basket under the belly before we enter. I have a large plastic solid basket that I use to pack stuff in and when we get set up I line it with trash bags and it becomes a pretty sturdy trash cans. Food waste goes immediately to the dumpster. I found a cool looking wine rack and had it mounted on the wall that backs up to the kitchen area. I use it for wine and canned goods. This has turned out to be a real space saver.Most of the time our shower is a closet where I keep the dirty clothes and an extra cooler that I use as my freezer and keep frozen stuff packed in ice. Since we rarely need hanging clothes storage I got 3 cardboard boxes that are square-spray painted them, taped them together and use them as "shelves" in our closet. Storage becomes a game as you try to get inventive but its amazing what you can come up with!
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