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​RV Storage Ideas To Maximize Your Space



While the RV can be a great way to enjoy the great outdoors, let’s face it: sometimes the inside can feel too cluttered. So how do you get the most out of your RV so that the inside of your RV has enough space to feel like the great indoors? Here are a few RV storage ideas to maximize your space!

Use Vertical Space

One of the top mistakes new RV owners make? They completely ignore vertical space. In an RV, it’s easy to maximize your horizontal space—which means you can quickly run out of room. But here are a few ways to get the most out of all three dimensions:

  • Wall-mounted magnetic strips. A magnetic strip can hold kitchen items—but make sure you get a strong one, because you don’t want any dangerous materials flying around if you’re hitting some hard curves in the RV. Consider taking these down while traveling.
  • Magnetic/dangling jars. Jars with spices and other RV-friendly contents can be hung vertically with the right magnetic materials. In short: get lots of magnets.
  • Use dispensers, not counter space. A paper towel dispenser hanging from the ceiling can be a convenient way to handle the issue without using up valuable counter space.
  • Hang up frequently-lost items. You can buy Velcro stickies to easily add and remove your TV remote control from the side of a shelf or even the TV.

Your RV is a treasure trove of surfaces—doors, shelving, the inside of cabinets. To get the most out of your space, buy some easy hangers, Velcro products, and magnets. These inexpensive RV storage ideas can really help your RV space open up.

Create “Kits,” Not Single Items

One of the best ways to ensure that you have everything you need in your RV—without using a lot of space—is to create a kit. For example, consider buying up the products you would need for an RV cleaning kit. This is better than keeping around random bottles of RV cleaner. Want a head start? Here are a few items to keep in your RV cleaning kit:

We also sell the Git-Rot® RX for Dry Rot kit.. Just keep them in the box and store them away for a rainy day.

Get Creative

To create extra space, you have to think outside the box—quite literally. But don’t sacrifice any function along the way. When you package your kit-ready items together and start using the vertical space in your RV, you’ll find that your RV isn’t just better organized. With these RV storage ideas, your RV will be a more welcoming atmosphere in no time.

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4060 Bridge View Drive
N. Charleston, SC 29405
United States of America

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