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Old 11-17-2010, 08:27 PM   #1
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New to forum.....HI!!

I am new to this forum but have owned a pop up, a travel trailer and now a nice used 93 Winnebago Brave. I joined to check out the tips posted by you all and especially any modifications that may help me. Since this is my first Class A I am sure to find lots of hints from the group. SO, Where do I put the trash can??? heheeee! NO really where?
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Welcome to the RV world again. We manage to find a small plastic trash can with handles for wal-mart type bags and it fits under one side of the sink.

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Old 11-17-2010, 09:26 PM   #3
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Welcome Greg,
We keep a small plastic trash basket under the sink. A bigger one sits out. It rides in the shower while we're in transit.
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Old 11-17-2010, 10:18 PM   #4
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welcome to the forum. i have been here for about a month or so and i have gotten some great advise about my class a. any problems, i promise you that you will not only get answers but also good advise. i have found that this is more like an extended family. poeple on here are so very helpful. again welcome and im sure you will be very happy that you have joined. i couldnt have done without it.
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Old 11-17-2010, 10:53 PM   #5
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Thanks for the tips on trash. I saw a slim tall kitchen can that may work. The inside cabinet below the sink may work also. I like to use walmart or plastic free bags but they leak. I think I need a can.
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We use Walmart bags in the can under the sink. We normally don't put wet stuff in that one. Occasionally you may have a coke can with a few drops left in it. It's always good to use two bags just in case. It's a plastic waste basket, it will wash. We use a can that we bought from Best Buy as our main garbage container. It works extremely well, but you have just about have to buy the bags from Best Buy.
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Welcome Greg to a great forum, jump in anytime. As for your garbage can, you just can't beat Wally World. We even found a small container with double sided tape that holds plastic bags, and we mounted it on the inside of the pantry door. It holds a lot of their plastic bags, very handy. Good luck on your purchase, Happy trails & travel safe.
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