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Devoman 08-17-2005 04:21 PM

Stuff for the Airstream
 
Man oh man.....I did not realize how much stuff i could put in the camper.We have been weighing everything from A to Z for the permanent stuff and we are finally almost finished.we even included a full black,grey and water tank just to be on the safe side.I dont plan on really driving around with the gray and black tank when traveling but if i were to have to do this I know it will be ok.
This is so cool.I can not even wait to go camping in this thing.Since i have purchased it.I do not want to sleep in it yet until we go someplace together.I want to save the moment.We are now looking for thigs we can use to hold things down better.(like using one of those plate stands for drying the dishes except useing it in the cabinet instead so they dont fly everywhere.)
If any of you know of such things as this to help out a New Airstreamer please do.I need all the tips i can get to be safe and have something to use when I stop driving.Thanks

Janet H 08-17-2005 04:54 PM

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Try this thing to store little stuff - you can get tme at home improvement stores, ikea and bed, bath and beyond = great for loose stuff.... cds, glasses, bottles of ?, paperback books, socks etc

SafeHarbor 08-17-2005 05:22 PM

Hi, Devoman,

One of my Excella's POs put stackable poly drawers in one of the closets and velcroed them to the wall and side wall. I saw some very similar at Staples for about $45. They don't take up much space, but they provide a lot of storage at a minimal weight.

Lamar

ALANSD 08-17-2005 05:43 PM

any ideas for shelving in the rear bathroom's curved closet? I thought about putting in some extra shelf space there, as it seems there is a lot of wasted space.

overlander63 08-17-2005 06:20 PM

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Originally Posted by ALANSD
any ideas for shelving in the rear bathroom's curved closet? I thought about putting in some extra shelf space there, as it seems there is a lot of wasted space.

How about a shelf, with a downward-opening hinged door, you can put towels or socks and underwear in it.

driftwood 08-17-2005 07:47 PM

Shoe storage ...
 
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Try to get one that is heavy canvas with grommets in the corners. Or just go to Target or China outlet (Wal-Mart)
Attach inside closet.


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