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Helpful Idea for RV Broom Organization and Storage

The RV broom is one of the more used tools around many RV’s. Due to the hassle of using many vacuum systems the broom is a much easier way to handle the day to day floor surface cleaning. The only issue with many RV brooms happens to be the storage profile. They are difficult to keep out of the way so companies like Camco have designed specialty RV brooms that telescope or fold. But, anyone who has used a broom for any amount of time (Thanks Dad), knows that most high quality brooms are not portable, and most portable brooms are not that high of quality.


This idea from the Wild Cat Camper Forums serves to help RV’ers take along the full size handled items while keeping a very low storage profile. This RV broom organization and storage idea consists of two very simple components:

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  1. Some Variation of a Broom Clip
  2. A Full Size Broom


RV Broom Clip Variations

There a several types of broom clips available to store your RV broom in a vertical fashion as shown in the photo. Our favorites for RV Broom Organization and Storage are as follows:

Standard Silver Broom Clips

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Rubber Tipped Broom Clip

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Plastic Mounted Tool Rack Clips

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All that is needed is to mount your chosen broom clip on the ceiling of your storage area. If you need some ideas on fasteners, you can refer to our RV wall fastener guide.

The great part about this RV broom storage mod is the scalability. You can have 2 slots or 10 depending on how many handled items that need to be stored. The one caveat to this RV mod is that pass through storage or a oversized rv basement is necessary to do this. If you have a motorhome this may not be an option. We would love to hear your thoughts or experiences with this type of storage idea in the comments below!


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