If you’re an RVer, roadtripper or even a frequent business traveler, you will have to use a public laundry or laundromat to wash and dry your clothes on the road. With that, there are advantages and disadvantages to using communal clothes washing facilities over doing your laundry in the comforts of your home, apartment or RV. We’re going to show some helpful public laundry hacks to turn your weekly laundry bore into a somewhat pleasant chore.
RV clothes drying racks can save you tons of time and money while camping or living on the road or the water. You’re not shucking out money for laundromat dryers or hefty electric bills. But also, air drying your pool towels and wet clothes helps lessen excess heat and condensation inside your RV, camper or boat. Continue reading “15 Best RV Clothes Drying Racks for Campers & Boats”
For those wanting to RV full-time, one of the looming questions is “how will we do our laundry?” Should you buy an RV washer and dryer or opt for using a laundromat or campground laundry instead? For us, the answer wasn’t that simple.