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Old 06-24-2015, 01:45 AM   #1
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We just purchased a 2015 Precept 29UM (bunk bed model). It doesn't look like there is any real good option to place a trash can. Anyone figure out a good solution? Under the sink on the left seems like it would have been OK except for the plumbing would likely hit even a short trash can. I figure someone has already figured something out so I thought I might pick your collective brains! Thanks!

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In my 19RD space for everything is always a concern.


We use a bathroom wastebasket lined with a plastic grocery bag, tucked into the corner formed by the oven and the back of the dinette.


Yeah, it gets filled pretty quick (under 2 days).
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Old 06-24-2015, 08:14 AM   #3
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In my 19RD space for everything is always a concern.


We use a bathroom wastebasket lined with a plastic grocery bag, tucked into the corner formed by the oven and the back of the dinette.


Yeah, it gets filled pretty quick (under 2 days).
We empty ours every day, but then we have a baby on board.

OP, is there any place you could use one of those racks you mount to the inside of the cabinet? Like this: Robot Check
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OP, is there any place you could use one of those racks you mount to the inside of the cabinet? Like this: Robot Check
Ooooh me like! Slap one of those on the inside of the cupboard under the sink and one less thing to trip over.
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We empty ours every day, but then we have a baby on board.
We're a couple of empty-nesters. My youngest graduated college last year and her great-granddaughter turned 4 a couple of months ago.

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We use a small can with a step lid on the floor in a out of the way space. We empty it a lot. We didn't want to take up any storage space with can.
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We just purchased a 2015 Precept 29UM (bunk bed model). It doesn't look like there is any real good option to place a trash can. Anyone figure out a good solution? Under the sink on the left seems like it would have been OK except for the plumbing would likely hit even a short trash can. I figure someone has already figured something out so I thought I might pick your collective brains! Thanks!

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Would this work?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=28&v=EGqK7qXXkIk
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This is an issue no matter what RV you have. We use a wicker waste basket with a bag in it that stays in the bathroom. When we use the bathroom, we put the basket outside.
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Cute, How much?

And having to remove the can to change the bag would get annoying pretty quick.
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Our floor space is limited also. Like mike837go, a small flip lid plastic basket in the corner of the fridge and bathroom wall, and one of those large round pop up style thingys from CW, outside with a plastic bag inside. The one outside gets put in back of TV at night so critters don't get a free meal.
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