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Old 08-21-2008, 10:13 PM   #1
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Alot of you probably have one of these already but I was walking through Walmart and saw this and thought it would fit perfect in my tiny closet. It sure did and really helped with additional space and organization. Don't know how I did without before.
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Old 08-21-2008, 10:22 PM   #2
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I used on of those in my bare bones pop ups. You can't put a ton of weight in them, but they go anywhere and do provide a handy space were there used to be none.
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Old 08-21-2008, 10:52 PM   #3
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Those are also nice to hang from your awning when set up. They work great for outside things you don't want to drag in every night like sandles, books, games, or sweatshirts. It keeps them off the ground and under the awning in case of dew.
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The next stop after purchasing ours, was the Dollar Tree Store for plastic shoe boxes which became drawers. They fit so well that the closet door keeps the "drawers" in place so they don't fall out when on the road. Because the "drawers" are clear it's easy to see the contents.
Can't take credit for the idea, it was posted either here or on Casita Club several years ago.

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Old 08-22-2008, 06:05 AM   #5
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Alot of you probably have one of these already but I was walking through Walmart and saw this and thought it would fit perfect in my tiny closet. It sure did and really helped with additional space and organization. Don't know how I did without before.
I have one like that it's from Ikea and they have optional cloth drawes to put in,large or two small
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I used one in the Burro we had. I put things into mesh bags to keep them from being bounced into the closet well when we traveled.

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I would think these would also work well, they are hanging mesh bags w/zippers so you can close them. I use the ones that have the holes in them here at home, but I can see that you would want them to be more secure. I found these online:

http://crafts-sewing.hsn.com/debbie-macomb...elaid=151834958
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