If you’re looking for a unique way to take a vacation, it doesn’t get any more memorable than traveling in an RV. Whether you’re renting one in Tennessee from Outdoorsy and plan on doing a little exploring or you live in your RV full-time, there are some quick, easy, and more importantly, affordable things that will make your entire trip more enjoyable. This list will definitely prove it’s all in the little things!
How did humans survive before Command Strips? From sticky strips to Velcro strips, they are just as effective in homes and apartments as they are in the RV, except RVers tend to appreciate them even more.
What can you use them for? A few ideas include:
- Hanging pictures
- Coat and towel hooks
- Securing electronics and cords
- Hanging things in the kitchen
- Mounting things to the wall to get them up off the floor
Command Strips are great, but they can’t do it all. If you’ve got larger items that need to be secured, turn to bungee cords.
They are especially effective at tying down all that stuff that would otherwise start rolling around as soon as you hit the road. Use them to secure the milk jug in the fridge, shoes in the closet, and utensils in the kitchen.
You’ve probably heard about some of the benefits of LED lights before. They can save you money on energy and they last forever. Both of these reasons make them a great choice for the RV.
They help you save electricity, which can be a bit of a scarce resource in an RV, and you don’t have to worry about traveling with a bunch of regular bulbs. Plus, they don’t produce heat, which makes them safer too.
It’s a rite of passage for any RVer to hit their head. On almost everything. That’s where pool noodles come in.
Instead of wearing a helmet all the time, cut up pool noodles and place them on corners and edges that are hazardous.
There are a lot of great tips out there on saving space in the kitchen. Many of them work for RVs too! However, few things will help you save space in the kitchen and all over the RV like collapsible stuff.
In the kitchen, that means collapsible colanders, mixing bowls, and Tupperware.
The kitchen isn’t the only place where you’ll find that collapsible things can help you save a lot of space. Collapsible bulk containers are a great way to keep things organized when needed, but they can quickly be folded up and stored while taking up next to no space.
You don’t have to spend a fortune figuring out how to make a small RV work for you and your family! You can make sure those potatoes stay right where they are, your vacuum gets up off the ground, and you have more room in the kitchen than you ever thought possible with these tips.