You have lots of options. Here's a cleat mounted directly to the padeye. Note, this is a swivel cleat. You might be better of with a non-swivel version as these tend to let your line twist around itself if not completely de-biased beforehand, thereby jambing your sheet:
I copied Apalach
's forward block concept so I could pull the sheet back rather than forward, as pictured here. The other way works fine too though.
You can get a snap hook to attach/detach your mainsheet quickly:
You can make a matching quick disconnect "tail" to secure your furled sail:
Here's an example (white plastic object next to cup holder)of one of many jamb or cam cleats you can use to secure your sheet in light winds (note the better pic of the forward block for the mainsheet; ignore the black rigging line that is temporarily using the jamb cleat). Note the flush mount:
Finally, here's a simple loop attached to the forward hatch to help secure your mast when stowed (yours would be a little different on the Revo):
PS: when mounting gear to the hull, always use stainless nuts (nyloc self locking if available), bolts and washers if possible, especially if there sill be a strain on the equipment.