Charcoal storage bag

jgatliff

Father, Husband, Outdoorsman, & Adventurer.
Oh nice! Unfortunately I’d like to have it by July 1st so I was wondering if there is anything in the us that is comparable.
 

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jgatliff

Father, Husband, Outdoorsman, & Adventurer.
That looks great, a little bigger than I was looking for but its out of stock.
 

llamalander

Active member
Try a drybag-- keeps charcoal dry on a river, or nearly anything else--
Waterproof, UV resistant, cleans with a hose, straps to anything.
 

jgatliff

Father, Husband, Outdoorsman, & Adventurer.
[mention]llamalander [/mention] I had the same thought last night but didn’t post anything. I don’t recall which size dry bag I have that works the best I think it is a 40L but it perfectly fits the 8.8 pound bag of lump charcoal I have.
 

jgatliff

Father, Husband, Outdoorsman, & Adventurer.
Yeah LOL. I thought of the dry bag thing last night also. I don’t know why I didn’t think of it sooner.
 

GeoRoss

Adventurer
I use an old IKEA blue bag to minimize mess inside the cabin. It does a good enough job and does double duty for collecting firewood. Granted it wouldn't be ideal in an exposed trailer/truck bed.
 

robert

Expedition Leader
I usually just use a trash bag; thick contractor grade if you have it but not necessary. I've also recycled sand/top soil bags since they're durable. Simple, cheap, dual purpose.
 

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Hilldweller

SE Expedition Society
I noticed that @cjlewis had one of these when we camped in June:

I use a similar but bigger tub that I got from Costco for $6. It lasts 2 good weeks with all the Dutch oven cooking that I do.
 
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