Exploring what nature has to offer is very enjoyable. This is what has made going to RV Parks very popular. Despite its various benefits, RVing has its own set of challenges such as wind, bugs, spiders, dark, heat and so on. However, the challenges should not stop you from enjoying what RVing has to offer. This article will give you tips for overcoming these challenges.
Bugs & Critters
-Use dryer sheets to repel bees by hiding unscented dryer sheets below your table cloths
-Mixing water with Pine-Sol in the ratio 50:50 in a spray bottle can help keep your tables, furniture, and patio clean and also repels flies.
-Sage is a good bug and mosquito repellent. So, to keep mosquitoes and bugs away, add it to your campfire.
-Applying a mixture of Listerine and household vinegar on your body is a good way to keep bugs away as the smell is repulsive to them.
-Use Peppermint oil as a spider repellent (spiders don’t like strong scents).
-An old ketchup bottle can be a good pancake mix container. Use it to store your pancake batter.
-Store spices in old tic-tac or pill containers
-Store a mixture of water and salt in an old milk jug and then keep the jug in your cooler.
-Lining shelves and drawers in your cupboards can help you prevent your items from sliding around.
-Before RVing, pick condiment packages free of charge from a restaurant, carryout or fast food joint. These packages keep a variety of choices and don’t take up much space.
-Store your curling irons, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, body wash and all your bathroom essentials in a plastic door hanging shoe rack.
-Use birthday candles to start a fire as they are effective and cheap fire starters particularly in damp conditions.
-Place dryer lint under the wood when starting a fire
-Use Corn chips/Fritos to start a fire
Other Important RVing Tips
-Make your Flashlight using a Mountain Dew bottle, baking soda, and peroxide. To make this flashlight, pour most of the soft drink from the Mountain Dew bottle leaving only a little in the bottle, add 3 caps of peroxide and a little baking soda, top the bottle with lid and shake the mixture.
-Fill your RV with ambient light by strapping a headlamp to a gallon jug of water
-Prevent your dog from spilling water by using Bundt pans on stakes
-Pack a map to help you in case your cell phone loses service.