Living the RV lifestyle isn't always easy. You're forced to give up some of the luxuries you enjoy at home for a compact home on wheels. However, you don't have to have a massive Class A motorhome to enjoy your life on the road. These simple RV hacks will help ensure you and your fellow travelers are all happy campers.
1. Use a Towel Rod to Hold Bathroom Products in Place
Putting all of your bathroom products away before you hit the road can be difficult to remember, and those products can also crowd your small storage spaces. Screw a towel rod to the wall and place your products between the bar and the wall. They'll stay organized and in place when you're cruising down the road.
2. Use a Shoe Organizer for More Storage
Shoe organizers can hang from doors, walls, and they can even be cut to hang in compact places. They're a perfect way to ensure your clothing, cleaning products and other supplies stay organized on the road without taking up your precious storage spaces.
3. Use Glow-in-the-Dark Tape on Your Entry Steps
Entry steps can be dangerous in the dark, but entry lights can be difficult and expensive to install. Place glow-in-the-dark tape on your steps, so you and your guests can easily avoid injury.
4. Save Free Condiments
When you're living in a brick-and-mortar-home, you probably throw free condiments away. When you're on the road in your RV, those extra ketchup, mustard and soy sauce packets can come in handy. They take up much less space than full-size bottles and are especially handy if your RV refrigerator is small.
5. Travel in a Glacier Ice House
Travel in the comfort and convenience of a Glacier Ice House. Owning your own ice fishing trailer means that you can ice fish in the winter, then turn around and use it as a travel trailer the rest of the year.