Waste Bins

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  1. billkce

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    Have got Autotrail Dakota with no space for a waste bin. Door has fly screen so usual space is not available. Any suggestions for installing bin without having to saw bits of shelving out. Can anyone rcommend a solution, please? :Sad:
     
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    Howazabout one you store whilst you travel, and put just outside the door when you are stopped?

    I made a doofer that held mine onto the side of the van, by the door when I had a home with now place for one.
     
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    Hi

    Have you had a look at the Ikea website??


    There brilliant for natty storage gizmos and are loads cheaper the a MH dealer

    Motomuz
     
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    i use the bin off a paper shredder.

    two plastic mouldings used for supporting domestic kitchen cabinet shelves....like a small, flat hook with a 1/8" pin on the back and another on the horizontal flat bit.

    i drilled two 1/8" holes in the end of the kitchen units and another two in the bathroom wall....just deep enough for the pins.

    stick 'em in with sikafix adhesive and hang the bin on them. if we are in and out it goes on the bathroom wall, if we are in it goes on the kitchen unit.

    still working on a catch/clip to hold it on when travelling but should be easy to acheive and we put it on the floor anyway.

    you can, ofcourse, fix 'em where you want.

    the bins just the right size for a carrier bag.

    if it of any interest ill post some pics tomorrow night.
     
  5. billkce

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    Thanks, pappajohn, piccies would be useful.:thumb:
     
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    pics as requested.
     
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    Well, thanks, but it'll be a plastic bag on a hook then, emptied at regular intervals....:Sad:
     
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    There's nothing wrong with "plastic bag on a hook" - that's what we use:thumb:
     
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    :Doh: never thought of that.....would have saved all the hastle.:Rofl1:
     
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    So do we - two hooks to hold the two bag handles. Hooks also used to hang hand towels on - who sez men can't multi-task :BigGrin:

    Graham
     
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    easy peasy !!

    Crikey !!!!! All this technical stuff, a 12 litre stainless steel pedal bin on the floor out of the way by the shower room door.B&Q and use supermarket bags as liners !! simpleinnit !!:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
     
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    Stainless steel Steve? Gotta remember some of us aren't posh and can only afford cheap plastic bags :Laughing:

    Graham
     
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    Nowt wrong with cheep'n'fishent....

    Plastic bag (scented of course) on a 'turn button' plastic fitting available from most c'van outlets.....

    Sains etc do a good line in unscented bags :BigGrin:

    {G&J sorry I couldn't make the muster... hope it was a good weekend for you}
     
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    We use one of those natty folding basket thingy's and put a plastic bag in it and leave it on the floor. Comes in handy for carrying other stuff about too.
     
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    :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    For a few weeks I had a job as a cleaner at B&Q.....perks etc !!!
    But it interrupted my travels, so I retired forever!!!:Rofl1: :Rofl1: :Rofl1:
    Just seen you are a civil war bod !!! Royalist or Roundhead ??????? be careful with your reply !!
     
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    One of our sons used to work for B&Q. Funny, never said he knew you :Laughing:

    We are members of Sir Thomas Tyldesley's Regiment of Foote, part of The King's Army of The English Civil War Society - ECWS not to be confused with the Sealed Knot who find a home for all sorts of Smurfs :Laughing:

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    Oii !!!!
    some of my best friends are smurfs......including Shirl, she was a 'groupy' with "bushells battery" in scarborough.
    other scarborough'smurfs' included The honourable Henry Howard (deceased)of castle howard which brings us nicely back to 'waste' bins...:Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    Do we know Shirl's "Papa" then John? :Laughing:

    What's "bushells battery"? A chip shop? :Laughing:

    What's the waste bin, the castle or Howard? :Laughing:

    Graham
     
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