We don’t want our RV’s gray-water tank to fill quickly when we are camping without a sewer connection. So, when we are doing dishes, washing hands, or the like, we put a dishpan tub in the kitchen sink. Next to the sink, we place a portable 6-gallon container, which we label as “gray water.” We use a large funnel to pour the dishpan water into the container. When we go out for the day, we load the container in the car and take it to a dump station. This allows us to take more showers. The first time we tried this, we put five gallons of gray water into that 6-gallon container in 24 hours.
Lynn S. Lunde, F99356
Often after traveling over rough roads in our RV, I have opened the kitchen cupboards to find dishes scattered about. Here is my remedy. I bought tall plastic food-storage containers that are slightly larger in diameter than our dishes. I cut out a section of each container so we have access to the bottom dishes. The extra height allows me to combine different dishes in one container. Now, our dishes stay in place.
Val Saunders, F135015