Keeping You RV Clean

RV-ing can be one of the best things in the world. When it’s just you and your loved ones out enjoying family time it can seem like nothing else matters. Then it happens; a pair of scissors not put back there or paper towels here, here and here. Before you know it all you can think of is all of the cleaning and organizing there is to do. Let’s take a look at some easy ways we can keep your RV organized and everyone a little happier. After all, who wants to spend their vacation cleaning?

Add Hooks on the Inside of Your Cabinetsgardner_1
One great idea to create a little extra space is to attach a set of hooks on the inside of one of your cabinet doors. The hooks themselves are a breeze to set up and just take a second to install. We like to get the kind with adhesive backs you can find at your local department store. My favorite place to put them is in the kitchen under the sink. There’s a perfect amount of clearance to hang up all sorts of utensils

gardner_2Nesting Bowls and Measuring Spoons
When I first got into RV-ing I hadn’t given much thought to the size of our pots and pans we take with us. Then we got a set of nesting bowls and measuring spoons that all fit together and I couldn’t be happier. Everything is so much more secure in its place and because it all goes together it doesn’t lend itself to one or two pieces being left out.

If You Never Use It, Why Take It?
In all earnest the best piece of advice for keeping your RV tidy is limit what you take. RV manufacturers have done a fantastic job of giving you the space you need but it is still a finite area.

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