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Old 02-28-2021, 12:28 PM   #1
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2017 28bhbe garbage can question

So I know it sounds silly but I had been using a t-sack garbage bag holder over my cabinet door. Now that those plastic bags are not everywhere anymore it is not efficient lol. I was thinking of maybe removing that boot box/time out seat lol and putting a garbage can there. Any ideas? When I am cooking I can use a garbage bowl but....
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We have the same year and model trailer. We just keep a trash can (biggest that will fit) under the sink and line it with a plastic trash bag. We just take the trash out at the end of the day.
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Old 02-28-2021, 03:23 PM   #3
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We have a 2016 of the same model and we do just as explorer does. We have a collapsible pop up can under the sink. Works well for us as most of our trash is thrown away in a can we have setup outside. Either way I empty my kitchen can at least once a day.
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We have the same year and model trailer. We just keep a trash can (biggest that will fit) under the sink and line it with a plastic trash bag. We just take the trash out at the end of the day.
We have a different model, but do the same thing.
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Most of my pots and pans are stored under there lol. Where do you store your pots and pans then?
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We store our minimal number of pots and pans in the area behind the kitchen drawers that you access via the door on the lower part of the cabinet as you enter the trailer, or in part of the pantry area to the right of the fridge and/or inside the oven. We never use the oven. It makes a good bread box also.

We used to have a lot of pots and pans. After a few trips, the pots/pans we have never used were removed. Made room for much more other items we did need.
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We store our minimal number of pots and pans in the area behind the kitchen drawers that you access via the door on the lower part of the cabinet as you enter the trailer, or in part of the pantry area to the right of the fridge and/or inside the oven. We never use the oven. It makes a good bread box also.

We used to have a lot of pots and pans. After a few trips, the pots/pans we have never used were removed. Made room for much more other items we did need.
I hate to duplicate answers but again we do exactly as Explorer does. The area behind the drawers is where most of our pots / pans etc. are kept.
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2017 28bhbe garbage can question

We also keep our trash can under the kitchen sink...
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Most of my pots and pans are stored under there lol. Where do you store your pots and pans then?
In the cabinet above the sink. Food goes in the pantry and bread goes in the oven since we have never, and probably never will, use it. I have more cabinets in my unit than I could ever fill. I have some that are almost empty.
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I am guessing since we are seasonal now and do not travel for the most part I have more stuff since we are there every weekend. That was my thought on a bigger garbage can to last the weekend. I will have to look about going under the sink for the garbage when season starts. Thanks for your suggestions!!
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