There’s a very a propos
existing thread titled “Storing hoses cords and stinky BBQs on a Sprinter B” but it’s an older thread and this forum will not allow me to reply to it. For that reason, I’m going to log this tip as “something I did for my Class B today” – I finally adapted a grill that can be carried inside without making a mess.
It’s the UCO Flat Pack Grill, which apparently just came out within the past couple of months (if I'm understanding correctly), or maybe it just reached its tipping point within the past few months, because when I searched for something like this previously, I didn't find anything.
Like many other owners, I was bedeviled by the "stinky grill" predicament, given that our Class B has no outside storage capacity. Any grill stored inside has to be really small and wrapped up really well. The UCO is not sold with a storage case, but I fabricated one out of tarp material. If, for instance, I'm boondocking and have limited water supply and cannot wash the grill thoroughly, I have the option of sealing it in a plastic bag before slipping it back into its DIY tarp envelope. Stinky greasy problem solved.
Here's a blog post that further explains all of this:
THE UCO FLAT PACK GRILL: PRODUCT REVIEW AND CUSTOM CASE DESIGN
And here's a pic of the case I made: