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Old 09-23-2012, 08:05 AM   #15
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In my boat I carried the toilet paper in a covered pot to keep water and the cat out of it.
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Old 09-23-2012, 10:07 AM   #17
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In my boat I carried the toilet paper in a covered pot to keep water and the cat out of it.
Empty coffee cans are perfect for this!
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What about a window to throw it out of?
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Something you should pick up is fuses for the radio and solar panels, power jack, etc. Also, pick up a few bulbs for interior and exterior lights and a small tube of bulb grease.
As far as TP-- remember NEVER put Kleenex in yout toilet. It will not desolve as TP does and could cause a back-up.
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As far as TP-- remember NEVER put Kleenex in yout toilet. It will not desolve as TP does and could cause a back-up.
or paper towels, any type of plastic/latex, or any type of feminine hygiene product.
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Close to what was on the bulkhead in my boat head.
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This thread sure has gone off at a tangent from its original intent!

Getting back on track, one of the things added to my Airstream after about the second camping trip was a doormat, to minimize the amount of dirt tracked inside.

And I also included a collapsible washbasin, that I can use to carry toiletries, towel, and a change of clothes to the public showers in campgrounds that have decent ones. The washbasin serves double duty in the galley for post-meal cleanup, since my Interstate has only one (small) galley sink.
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