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Old 03-08-2021, 05:24 PM   #1
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Hello fellow Class B owners! We have just purchased a Roadtrek Play and would love to hear of your must haves/favourite storage hacks that help keep your life on the road organized. Are there any great ideas that you've come up with that you can recommend for dishes/shoes/clothing/cleaning supplies/etc? I'd love to hear about them. Many thanks in advance!
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Old 03-10-2021, 01:12 AM   #2
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From “Shetome” on Youtube has a lot of great ideas she has put together over a few years. Here is the interior ideas for your consideration.

https://youtu.be/wJt0SuGtGlM

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appreciate the info!
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One of our favorite tricks is to put our plates into an expandable portfolio one can buy from any office supply store. We like square Corelle plates, and put them into said portfolio with paper plates between them. It's very compact and we've yet to lose a plate to breakage.
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That's an awesome idea, thank you!
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Old 03-10-2021, 09:23 PM   #7
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That's an awesome idea, thank you!
No problem! We stole the idea from someone else who shared it elsewhere, and we now invite you to do the same.
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Old 03-26-2021, 11:50 PM   #8
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From “Shetome” on Youtube has a lot of great ideas she has put together over a few years. Here is the interior ideas for your consideration.

https://youtu.be/wJt0SuGtGlM

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Can you post the link for part 1 and perhaps the presenters name-would like to see more of her ideas and posts.
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Can you post the link for part 1 and perhaps the presenters name-would like to see more of her ideas and posts.
You can find all her great videos here: https://www.youtube.com/c/FromShetoMe/videos
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we stack our bowls and plates in the microwave ( rarely used) with dish towels between.


to make space we have removed the 2 table tops and masts which came in our van, we use trays instead if in the van- most campsites come with a table


"rv specialty" stuff tends to be expensive-

our galley gear is stuff we already had ( wife is a chef, we had plenty extra stuff to put to use)


practice camping and learning the systems in your driveway to determine what you really need to take with you


we plan on either 5 day or 7 day intervals between supplies and laundry runs- and carry sufficient clothing and food items to span that period. We can also go 5 to 6 days off grid with out shore power or genny


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I recommend Gibson Studio. The thing I genuinely liked about this set of dinnerware is that the items are shatter-proof. This set of melamine dinnerware consists of 12 pieces, enough dinnerware for a complete dinner or lunch service for up to four people. If you have a small family, then you should get one of these sets for your own.
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...your must haves/favourite storage hacks that help keep your life on the road organized. ...
Storage is a subcategory of DIY. This question gets asked frequently, so here are some collages and other images of mine that include storage ideas:























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Old 04-17-2021, 07:14 PM   #13
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Interblog, I appreciate your well-considered and implemented storage mods. And all your forum contributions.
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Please post as to your experiences with the "Play" as we are quit interested in that model and look forward to hearing about your experiences
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