Most people would agree that the interior of many campers is on the small side and do not always have a lot of space. If your camper or motorhome holds this unfortunate truth, try some of these great DIY storage and organization techniques.
While you’re on the go, store grains and pasta in air-tight containers and put them inside your microwave or oven. This will also keep pests out of your food while utilizing otherwise unused space.
If you have the space on your kitchen wall, use magnetic strips to keep knives and other metal kitchen tools out of drawers. This will free up space for other kitchen items as well as keep them in a handy and easy-to-find place when you need them.
Recycling is a great way to help the environment. Instead of tossing out those mayo or jelly jars, you can reuse them for storing rice, flour or sugar. Be sure to label them with the contents and expiration dates though!
While we are on the topic of recycling, you can use old pill bottles to store loose change or spare keys. Remember to remove any labels.
You can create dividers in your cabinets with tension rods. Place them vertically in the desired place and voila! Free up shelf space in an instant.
You can also utilize space on your cabinet doors by adhering sections of PVC pipe on the inside of the doors. Just find what size you need and stick them up. You can store curling irons or even corded items in these handy devices.
There is always a need for extra linen on a trip. You never know when you might need it. To free up space, store the folded sheet sets inside of the matching pillow case.
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