If you're looking for clothing items which exist primarily to increase your personal storage by raising your max volume, you should proceed on to wearable containers.
Previously this page listed the max number of items certain vehicle parts or container-type furniture could contain. With the limit of 64 items per tile bumped to the considerably more generous 4096 items per tile, the only currently relevant limit to such storage is the max volume a vehicle part can hold (generally 400).
These items exist to store comestibles of various kinds. Most comestibles that spawn in buildings spawn within one of these objects, and some containers also rarely spawn by themselves (regular and 3-liter glass jars have a range of spawn rates for different areas).
To calculate how much gasoline can be stored in a container, multiply its capacity by 200. Example: a plastic jerrycan can hold 40 units of liquid, so it can store 8000 gasoline units (40 * 200 = 8000).
To transfer the contents from one container to another one only needs tonload it and then select the letter of an empty or partially empty container. Keep in mind how much the containers can hold. To acquire fuel from a vehicle requires a rubber hose and an empty container. Simply ctivate the rubber hose, select the direction of the vehicle, and then select the letter of your container. One can also use this method to transfer fuel from one vehicle directly to another if they are parked one space apart. If you want to unload liquid into heavy containers like the 55 gallon drum, make sure they are on the same tile as you and nload the container in your inventory into the heavier container on the ground. To dump the liquids of a container on the ground nload the container but then hit followed by the direction you would like to unload the container. Be careful however, liquids that are dumped onto the ground cannot be retrieved Verify but you can still consume it.
|plastic bottle||10||8||plastic||2||13||-8||1||2||RIGID, WATERTIGHT, SEALS|
|glass bottle||10||1||glass||3||200||-8||1||3||RIGID, WATERTIGHT, SEALS|
|aluminum can||10||1||steel||1||13||0||0||1||RIGID, WATERTIGHT|
|tin can||10||2||iron||1||400||-1||1||1||RIGID, WATERTIGHT|
|sm. cardboard box||10||0||paper||4||151||-5||1||4||RIGID|
|plastic canteen||10||1000||plastic||6||155||-8||1||6||RIGID, WATERTIGHT, SEALS|
|plastic jerrycan||10||2500||plastic||40||1587||-2||-2||40||RIGID, WATERTIGHT, SEALS|
|gallon jug||10||2500||plastic||15||190||-8||1||15||RIGID, WATERTIGHT, SEALS|
|glass flask||0||2500||glass||1||48||8||1||1||RIGID, WATERTIGHT, SEALS|
|small waterskin||0||2000||leather||1||453||1||-1||6||WATERTIGHT, SEALS|
|large waterskin||0||12000||leather||3||990||3||-1||20||WATERTIGHT, SEALS|
|steel jerrycan||10||5000||steel||100||4815||-3||-3||100||RIGID, WATERTIGHT, SEALS|
|aluminum keg||10||6000||steel||200||13500||-4||-4||200||RIGID, WATERTIGHT, SEALS|
|glass jar||varies||2500||glass||1||264||8||1||1||RIGID, WATERTIGHT, SEALS|
|3l glass jar||varies||3000||glass||12||365||10||1||12||RIGID, WATERTIGHT, SEALS|
|metal tank||10||6000||steel||225||2834||6||-4||225||RIGID, WATERTIGHT, SEALS|
|small metal tank||0||2000||steel||45||1600||5||-3||45||RIGID, WATERTIGHT, SEALS|
|hip flask||varies||250000||aluminum||1||120||3||1||1||RIGID, WATERTIGHT, SEALS|
|55 gallon drum||0||0||steel||825||20000||8||-5||825||RIGID, WATERTIGHT, SEALS|
|30 gallon drum||0||0||steel||450||6800||8||-5||450||RIGID, WATERTIGHT, SEALS|
|wooden barrel||0||0||wood / steel||400||42408||8||-5||400||RIGID, WATERTIGHT, SEALS|
|2.5L canteen||10||125000||plastic||10||155||1||-1||10||RIGID, WATERTIGHT, SEALS|
|30 gallon barrel||0||0||plastic||450||6800||8||-5||450||RIGID, WATERTIGHT, SEALS|
A quick rundown of container-only flags:
RIGID - Containers with this flag always have the same volume. Containers without it have their volume increased by their contents' volume.
WATERTIGHT - An object without this flag is not suitable for storing liquid in. However...
SEALS - Currently, this flag is also required for an item to be able to store liquid.
Due to the way 'solid' and 'liquid' comestibles are currently handled, containers which do not have WATERTIGHT and SEALS set as flags are essentially useless for the purpose of player storage - there is currently no way to move solid items into containers, and those two flags are required for an item to be able to hold liquid. However, these items are still useful for the purpose of non-comestible crafting.