Do hitch rollers really work to prevent damage? I am wanting to put a motorcycle carrier on the back of my Class B but the hitch as it is now already drags on steep driveways and intersectuons. If I add 3-4ft more, bad things may happen if it drags without a roller or two.
Coffee travel cups are also what I am going to use. Good for hot and cold, good for use when driving, easy to wash, not fragile.
I have a couple of wisk brooms with dust pants since I have carpet throughout. They store nicely under a seat or in a cabinet just about anywhere. They might be handy for large messes or larger debris but mostly I'll have to vacuum.
I figure 2 cups are enough per person. You can only drink out of one at a time. Really, one could be enough but in theory, if you needed a clean one and couldn't wash one for some odd reason, you'd have a spare clean one. Or if you somehow lose or it breaks, you'd have a spare without having to rush out and find another.
I will store my extra one in the passenger side cup holder instead of taking up valuable cabinet space.
If your bathroom has a physical door like mine does, consider an over the door hanging organizer. I put a hook on the inside of the (not very waterproof door) and hung a sorting thing on it I already had. It can be taken out and set elsewhere while showering. It might not hold everything but it'll hold a fair bit. I have a small backpack full of first aid and health stuff.. some if I need go go through again since I don't see how I need that much all the time. Every bit of it has been stored in that backpack for about 4 months now and I've never taken anything out of it.
I took some scrap wood and and made a free standing shelf for under the kitchen sink in the cabinet and it doubled the usable and easily accessible storage space. It's not very pretty and the plywood I used was a bit warped but it works as intended.
There's not that much bathroom stuff you need at once. One bottle of shampoo (and conditioner if you feel the need), a couple bars of soap, shaving needs (for both men and women), toothpaste and tooth brush, hair brush and comb... and not much else really. A hair dryer, just get a folding travel kind.
First aid and health items take up a lot more space, I find.