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Old 08-12-2014, 08:41 PM   #1
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Where does everyone put their laundry...when you have limited storage

We currently use the bottom of the rear closet for laundry. We use a laundry bag but once the bag get full it is hard to pull the bag out. The closet is only 9 inches wide at the doorway. I'm thinking about getting a thin trash can to put in the closet. What does everyone do...especially those with small trailer and limited interior space.


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Old 08-12-2014, 09:27 PM   #2
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We have a "shirt closet" next to my side of the bed in the 5er. Don't need it with the wardrobe slide closet, so that's our dirty duds closet.
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We use a laundry basket on the bottom of the closet where the washer/dryer would've gone if we ordered it that way.
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My old tt had a bedside table built in. The top lifted up and I could drop things into the pass thru. I would put a laundry basket there and collect clothes. When full, the basket gets switched with an empty basket in the bed of the truck under the tonneau cover. If you have a built in bedside table above the pass thru you may be able to mod this into your tt. My new 5er has room in the closet for a laundry basket.
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Large Laundry Hamper in front walk-in closet 30 wrls V-Lite. Lots of room for only the 2 of us. Sorry no limited space we still have some empty cupboards.
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My old tt had a bedside table built in. The top lifted up and I could drop things into the pass thru. I would put a laundry basket there and collect clothes. When full, the basket gets switched with an empty basket in the bed of the truck under the tonneau cover. If you have a built in bedside table above the pass thru you may be able to mod this into your tt. My new 5er has room in the closet for a laundry basket.
We have a laundry chute under the sink (inside the under the sink cabinet) that drops into the pass thru. Nyet...Sneak made a cover for it.

Who has room for a laundry basket in their basement storage?


WAY too much other *important* stuff is in the basement!
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We have a laundry chute under the sink (inside the under the sink cabinet) that drops into the pass thru. Nyet...Sneak made a cover for it.

Who has room for a laundry basket in their basement storage?


WAY too much other *important* stuff is in the basement!
The basket takes the place of stuff that comes out onto the campsite during the trip.
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We have a laundry chute under the sink (inside the under the sink cabinet) that drops into the pass thru. Nyet...Sneak made a cover for it.

Who has room for a laundry basket in their basement storage?


WAY too much other *important* stuff is in the basement!

I know my basement is already full


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Under the bed, 3 baskets fit there with ladder, bucket, pudgie pie irons, water jerry cane and spare bedding.
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