Goal: Organize your RV

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RVers everyday challenge is how to keep the things inside their rig organized all the time. Organizing stuff does not require any special skills; you just have to figure out how all your things will fit in your rig cabinets and compartments.

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Organize RVHere are your some tools you will need for organizing your RV:

Commercial Velcro – this can hold up to 20 pounds, which makes it an ideal tool for RVs. Good for securing fire extinguishers, hanging hand mirrors or medicine cabinets.

Quakehold Gel – perfect for displays even during travel. This gel will keep vase, teapots or glasses in place even while on the road.

Ziploc Space Bags – an ideal container or storage during travel. You can store your summer clothes and put out your winter outfits. Store your blankets, extra pillow or bulky items.

Elastic Bungee Cords – these cords are good to hold things in place such as bathroom items, kitchen stuff or things inside your cabinets.

Hooks, hooks and more hooks – this is an all around buddy, regardless of what the use is for. Good for keys, mugs, jewelry, clothes, emergency bags, you name it!

Seeing your things properly organized gives you a satisfying feeling, especially when you are in such a tight space.

  • I really enjoyed these tips on organizing. We use a lot of containers and are going to purchase the dividers for our coffee cups. We had to add additional latches to our bottom drawers as they would open when we drove but not no issues. Thanks again.

  • We are full time RVers and have to always carry everything we need. Our closet was too short to actually hang shirts or jeans. We put a 3 tiered metal shelf (bought at Storables) in both sides of the closet and fold all our shirts and jeans into 3rd’s. We now have room for winter shirts and summer shirts, jeans and even our “dress up” slacks and tops without changing our closet from winter clothes to summer clothes as we travel. We also used the metal shelving in the bathroom closet to hold miscellaneous pantry food, fans/heaters, tools, paper towels, etc. Just remember to put bars across the pantry shelving while traveling.