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7 minutes ago, 2wheelin said:

If the hook isn’t working for you and you want to hang it on the outside of the bathroom door——loop a piece of string in the hook and loop/tie the other ends over the door and attach to the hook on the inside. Piece of string takes up much less space/weight than command or magnets.

Store sunglasses, sunscreen, camera, S&S card

OMG GENIUS!!!!!

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4 hours ago, clo said:

And I was sincerely asking for examples.  I think it's a terrific idea.

 

- sunscreen

- bug spray

- small clutch purse

- flip flops

- flat iron

- ziplock of laundry soap, laundry tokens or change, dryer sheets

- binoculars 

- sunglasses

- ziplock of costume jewellery 

- pashmina for chilly evenings or AC in MDR

- if longer cruise, extra toiletries when needing to replenish 

- ziplock of medicines, bandaids, etc 

- pack of wet wipes 

- water shoes (unless they’re wet 🙂)

- reusable water bottle

- portable charger and wires

- extra sunglasses

- reading glasses 

- fem.hygiene products 

- Princess supplied beach bags, rolled up 

- makeup bag with makeup that’s not needed everyday

And a few other sundry items I’m sure I’m forgetting. 

 

Even if there’s ample storage room in the cabin, I prefer these types of items to be contained rather than lying loose or rolling around. We’re usually three adults to a cabin (often an interior), so this type of storage keeps the room neat and everyone’s belongings separated.

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We use ours on the inside of bathroom and store things we'll need there. 

Examples:

hairbrush

comb

deodorant

tylenol

shaving cream & razor

febreeze

bandaids & ointment

sunscreen

 

Basically, any tolietry items we want easy access to but don't want cluttering up the (minimal) counter space. 

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I bought one for our upcoming trip in January. Saw it on an awesome YouTube Blog by EECC Travel.  They used it for all kinds toiletries. - toothpaste, toothbrush, brushes, hair spray, curling irons, first aid kit, sunscreen, disinfecting wipes, hand sanitizer, razors, OTC meds, jewelry, etc. They said basically anything that might sit in the bathroom or on the counter - takes up basically no “real estate” in the small cabins.  Looking forward to trying it

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