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I'm betting that you wish you never started this thread. But since you did, I keep a standard box of tissues on the floor behind the driver's seat so I can just reach behind the seat with my right hand while winding up to sneeze. I do have a small package of tissues in the armrest cover, but it takes 2 hands to open the lid then grab a tissue, not easily done at 60 mph.
I have two dogs that I keep in the cargo area and we frequently load up the whole back seat area for a trip every weekend. I've tried different size boxes and they just tend to move around on me and eventually get crushed.

I was just gonna try one of those tiny packets in the top tray when my wife found these mug shaped ones that fit cup holders. So I thought I'd share her find. They are much larger than the little packets and like you said doesn't need two hands.

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There's a built in holder for the travel packs on bottom side of the arm rest I believe.
So that's what that little hole is for....
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It's a great find, I like the area but loose things in there are not my preference. Little bottles of water don't last with me and in south florida everything sweats and moisture in a hot jeep turns into a smelly jeep. Great find
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I just installed under cabinet lighting and my wife was like..yay. I show her this thread and she has an orgasm. Ridiculous. Good find. Thx for sharing.
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So I like to have a Kleenex available in the car for a multitude of uses.

I've typically used those square Kleenex boxes. But I rarely make it half way through before the box is destroyed. Because it's tossed all over the place and often in a place I can't reach (like the floor in the back seat).

I asked my wife if she could find something better. Maybe just one of those little packets and I'll keep it in the center glove or front cubby.

But she found these, which are pretty cool.

https://www.amazon.com/Kleenex-Perfe.../dp/B00KCSF40Q

Great find, better deal at Target.

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I just installed under cabinet lighting and my wife was like..yay. I show her this thread and she has an orgasm. Ridiculous. Good find. Thx for sharing.
It's a thread about Kleenex. She faked it!
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I am sure it would also perfectly hold a pack of super absorbing tampons.
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It's a thread about Kleenex. She faked it!
Wouldn't be the first time im sure
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