One thing about RVs, it seems like so much dirt gets tracked in on the bottoms of shoes, or makes the storage cupboard for shoes dirty as mud dries and falls off into the cupboard used for storage. Here are a few ways to store shoes in your RV without the mess.
You can pick up shower caps very inexpensively – like 10 or 20 shower caps for $1. You can even keep your eyes out for colored caps, so you can assign an individual color to each family member. Simply pop the shoes into the cap, and the elastic of the cap secures over the tops of the shoes, while still leaving the top opening to let the inside of the shoes dry and air out.
You can also periodically shake the caps off outside the RV and even hose them off to give them a quick clean if they get exceptionally dirty after a trip to the beach or around a muddy campsite.
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If you are staying at a campsite for a while, hang a shoe organizer to the outside of the RV to quickly swap between outside shoes and inside the RV shoes. You can label each pocket for family member.
Depending on the campsite, you probably want to roll up the organizer to store at night to prevent theft or any creepy crawlies thinking the inside of a shoe would make a perfect home. You can roll it up with the shoes inside and store it in an outside locker or inside a closet if your RV has a usable one.
I like this one since you can hose it down to clean it as needed. And if you don’t need all the slots, you can cut it down by a row or two.
- 24 clear pockets hanging shoe organizer
If you have a spare wall space, such as the side of the lower cabinet to the left when you enter the RV, it is the perfect place to attach a cargo net for storing shoes, as long as it won’t obstruct the entrance area. And since it is so close to the door, it makes sweeping out any dirt quite easy.
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