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Old 05-02-2015, 10:16 AM   #1
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Pots and Pans Storage

Does anyone have creative ideas about storing pots and pans in an A122BH?

Right now I have them in a tub under the bed, but it's not very convenient. I'd like to somehow have them under the sink, but would need a way to keep them secure.

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Old 05-02-2015, 10:24 AM   #2
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Duck 12" x 10' Select Easy Liner - Walmart.com

Get some double sided tape as well, use it to keep the liner from shifting on the floor.

Then stack the pots and pans with a piece of the liner in between them.
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Old 05-02-2015, 09:13 PM   #3
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i put mine underneath the radio ... next to the fire extinguisher in that little cabinet.
no need to go into the trailer if they are right beside the door ...

hey .. is all about making things easier ...

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Old 05-03-2015, 04:58 PM   #4
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I use a set of stacking pots for camping, the handle is removable and they fit perfectly under the sink.
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I think I have it arranged pretty well now. The big pot and big skillet are just too big to fit anywhere under the sink, so they're still in a tub under the bed. I think I use the smaller ones more anyway.

I found a little wire rack that's designed for plates, but it fits the small pots and skillet perfectly. I secured it to the shelf using plastic cable clamps. I also got a small silverware holder and secured it with velcro. I also have a larger tub with velcro for misc items, like plastic silverware.

I hung cooking utensils from the top of the cabinet with command hook strips. I also have a small box on the bottom shelf, secured with velcro.

Now just about everything for the kitchen that stays in the camper is all set.

I added a sliding rack under the bench cabinet that I plan to use for groceries and other consumable items that I probably remove when not camping. I'm sure I'll still have a few groceries on the counter, but it's a nice little drawer... Better than what I have in the house!

Next I'm going to secure a large tub to the front deck and use that for the grill and BAL leveler. They're just a bit too big to easily put in the under bed area (from the outside), so I want to put them up front.









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Old 05-04-2015, 02:13 PM   #6
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my wife uses the oven for great storage. she sure doesn't use it to bake! all grill, stove top or micro.
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Old 05-04-2015, 08:21 PM   #7
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I just added a tub to the front deck too. I'll use it for the leveler, grill, and a few other things.

I bolted the corners through the diamond holes on the deck. I wish the tub was all black, but couldn't find a black one that was just the right size.

Next step: clean the camper exterior!





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I just added a tub to the front deck too. I'll use it for the leveler, grill, and a few other things.

I bolted the corners through the diamond holes on the deck. I wish the tub was all black, but couldn't find a black one that was just the right size.

Next step: clean the camper exterior!





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Old 05-04-2015, 11:23 PM   #9
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Pots and pans

We too use a set of the stacking camping pots which are good quality and fit one inside the other.We have had them for about 8 years.We are not full timers and realize it may be different.As we have a microwave /convection we now have a lovely deep drawer below the stove and it holds this set of pots and pans as well as two sizes of frying pans,a large measuring cup and our oven mitts.
We also have a neat slim cupboard above the oven where I am able to store a few bowls,and small casserole dishes.
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Since we are weekend campers, and we cook and wash outside at the picnic table using a 2 burner stove, 2 pots that will nest, and a frying pan are all we need or want. All our cooking and dining stuff (except stove) goes under the dinette seat in a couple of dish tubs (used for dish washing).

I put a latch to hold the seat in the up position (similar to the bed) while fetching from the compartment.

Keeping it as simple as possible...

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