Organizing Your Oklahoma RV

Since our new motorhomes are always in motion, our things can easily slide around – quickly creating a mess and a safety hazard. Have you ever been driving and all of the sudden realize that either the brake or gas pedal is jammed? Somehow something has fallen on to the floorboard and rolled its way up to your pedals causing a jam. Or maybe after a long drive, you go to open a cabinet and realize that all of its contents have fallen over or moved around. Now you have to go in and clean up or reorganize the mess.

Luckily, there are several inexpensive and effective things we can do to help prevent things from sliding around in your Leisure Time RV. First thing to do is line all of your cabinets and drawers with non-slip liner. You can find non adhesive shelf liners almost anywhere and they are great because they also cushion and protect your contents. You can also add slide-out shelving in your cabinets with attached baskets. Not only will this help keep your belongings in space, it will also maximize the space your working with. Slide-out shelving is also a great idea for your RV kitchen. Shelves with lips on the end are perfect for your pots and pans and there are even ones you can find that are specifically for food items like cans and sauces.

Another route for cabinets, is to use stacking bins or shelves to divide cabinet or cubby space to further help prevent items from shifting. You can find inexpensive, freestanding drawer units that serve as shelves. Be sure to use ones with lips on the end, though. That way your things won’t be able to slid off the edge. If you have limited space in your RV bathroom, you may want to try using containers with suction cups on your mirror. This is great for organizing and keeps your toiletries in place while you’re driving. Another option is to use a hanging shoe holder to store. There are many other little tricks out there to help keep your things in place while your on the road. Most of which are also space savers. Does anyone else have any tips they can share for fellow Oklahoma City RVers?

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