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Old 10-12-2013, 08:31 PM   #11
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We have a DustBuster on a stick and no place to store it. That and the broom and Swiffer. I wish my camper had a tall skinny cabinet.
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Old 10-12-2013, 08:33 PM   #12
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We have a DustBuster on a stick and no place to store it. That and the broom and Swiffer. I wish my camper had a tall skinny cabinet.
Mount your poles and put the dust buster, broom, etc in where you're storing the awning poles.
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Mount your poles and put the dust buster, broom, etc in where you're storing the awning poles.
Hey now- I'm using the bumper for them!

We did seriously buy one of those hangers that hold a few by their handles, but little Mr. Setzer loves to play with the broom and Swiffer. We figured it would be ripped out of the wall.
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Old 10-12-2013, 08:46 PM   #14
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Hey now- I'm using the bumper for them!

We did seriously buy one of those hangers that hold a few by their handles, but little Mr. Setzer loves to play with the broom and Swiffer. We figured it would be ripped out of the wall.
Stand by my previous post. 3/16 drill bit and use the pop rivets furnished and the bumper is open for the broom and swifter and out of the way. Store the broom head & dustpan in a drawer or storage area.
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Stand by my previous post. 3/16 drill bit and use the pop rivets furnished and the bumper is open for the broom and swifter and out of the way. Store the broom head & dustpan in a drawer or storage area.
Hmm, hadn't thought about separating them. But we could also store them in the basement.
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I installed a Dirt Devil central vac and we like it. Storage of the hose is no problem, it goes in the drawer under the couch. Don't have another upright/canister taking up storage space.
The Miele comes apart and stores almost anywhere.
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