The Most Useful Thing In The Motorhome Locker

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  1. Jim

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    It used to be the collapsing bucket, but not anymore. For a few years now we've been using the versatile flexi trugs and now wouldn't leave home without at least 3 in the locker. They are just so handy. And the bonus is 3 take up no more space than 1 and they can pack down small, are robust and can be crushed into full lockers. So what do we use them for.

    • They are a great watering can. With the handles together you have a small pouring spout.
    • They an be used to take dirty crockery to the wash up
    • Laundry to the laundry room
    • They can be used to wash up
    • For washing the van
    • Soaking your feet
    • Washing fruit and veg
    • Washing clothes in one, rinsing in the other
    • Half filled with water and a bag of ice they are a great beer cooler
    • Cooling down hot pets
    I'm sure there are even more uses. Go and put a couple in the van today :)


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    already have.. with the Posser ..

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    Yes, we have a posser in the locker too (y)
     
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    With the exclusion of those highlighted how would you know? Who have you been watching?:whistle2::imoutahere:
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    We started with brewing bins and moved on to them. See Here. We don't bother with the wringer usually now though.
     
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    This is my most useful MH related essential.

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    A drop of that and I can forget about:
    • They are a great watering can. With the handles together you have a small pouring spout.
    • They an be used to take dirty crockery to the wash up
    • Laundry to the laundry room
    • They can be used to wash up
    • For washing the van
    • Soaking your feet
    • Washing fruit and veg
    • Washing clothes in one, rinsing in the other
    • Half filled with water and a bag of ice they are a great beer cooler
    • Cooling down hot pets
     
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    Soaking your feet?

    Isn't that what old people do?

    I think I had better get one(y)
     
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    Better with Johnnie Walker Black, John. Bottle doesn't roll off the table!(n)
    Or if on a sloping pitch Johnnie Walker Swing.:)
     
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    Ok, sold. Now where can I get them at the best price??(y)
     
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    Any builders merchant (y)
     
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    Builders merchants sell scotch ?? (n) :whistle: ;)
     
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    I don't know about sell but if you go to the right one there's usually some kicking around (y):whistle:
     
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    My most useful thing in the garage of the van is a rugby ball.

    I often go out for a throw around with the kids when its time to do the washing up(y)
     
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    I use a garden watering can
    GEOMAR
     
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    How many beers does it keep cold? ;)
     
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    Asda used to have some at good prices. Haven't looked lately though.
     
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