It is finally summer! I am not sure about you, but in New England, it took longer to arrive than normal, so the warmer weather is very welcome. My kids are FINALLY out of school and we are ready for some fun and spontaneous trips. We don’t have an RV, but my parents do, and we will be crashing there sometime this summer for sure. Last summer we spend about 5 days in the camper, and Norwex was a godsend. Since there is no washer and dryer in a camper, keeping laundry to a minimum is an absolute must. Norwex is perfect for this because of Baclock, what is Baclock you ask? It is the micro silver that is part of Norwex cloths. Um, so what?? Actually, it’s pretty cool! The presence of silver in the cloths means no bacterial odor, and that you have to launder them much less often than typical cloths. In the tight space of a camper, this is REALLY important, because if ONE thing gets smelly, good luck. So what have I stocked my parent’s camper with? Let’s get to it and discover how Norwex can make camping easier!
There is no room for musty towels in a camper
First off, TOWELS! You get one funky musty towel in a camper, and its all over. I love the Norwex bath towels because they are lightweight, dry quickly and fold up really small (space is tight in a camper ya’ll). Plus, they contain the silver agent to prevent the towels from smelling musty, which is an absolute must. This feature also prevents you from having to rotate towels, which saves on space. For the kitchen, the kitchen towel is pretty much mandatory. It is a water hog and you will only need one (maybe two for a long trip if you want to rotate). Plus, it also contains the silver, so you won’t be getting a smelly towel. For drying hands, I love the chenille hand towels. It is always right where you need it, and is great for the kitchen and bathroom. They don’t get smelly and will keep on drying hands even if it feels wet to the touch. The body cloths are a HUGE help for camping, and they will eliminate many of your personal care products. I wash my face with them and remove every bit of my makeup, all you need is water. They will replace toners, cleansers, body wash and shaving cream. No more irritation from razors, and they are fantastic for use on eczema. We saw a huge improvement in my son’s eczema by ditching the soap and using the body cloths. They also come in a variety of colors, so you can assign different colors to different people.
Keep odors neutralized
Moisture can be an issue with campers, so I think that our Air Fresher bags are a must have. They are fantastic at absorbing odors and moisture, and are free of any scents. The odour eliminator will be great for freshening up upholstery. Its enzymes will go to work to eat up any odors, and keep the air nuetral. If you are a scent person, we do carry three essential oil blends that will add a safe and pleasant smell to your RV. Instead of using a diffuser, which you would have to plug in, we have a ceramic disk that you can put a few drops on, and hang where ever you’d like. It is small, and the scent will last 2-3 days before having to reapply. No Phalates here!
Easy cleanup, how Norwex can make camping easier…and cleaner
For all around clean up, the Household package is where its at. The envirocloth is great to clean pretty much any surface in a camper you can imagine, and removes up to 99% of bacteria. It is your jack of all trades. LIterally every surface from your kitchen, to your bathroom. I would reccomend having two in an RV so you can rotate them out. The window cloth is great for keeping shiny surfaces shiny through the duration of your trip, and the dusting mitt? You guessed it! Great for keeping dust away, and even cleaning pollen off chairs that you may have outside your camper.
Keep the Fabric Interior Free of Pet Hair, Pine Needles, and Dirt
For floors, since most campers are carpeted, the runner brush will come in really handy! Its also good for sweeping pet hair, sand and crumbs off of upholstery. Stop sand, dirt and mud from entering the camper in the first place with our entry mat. It is the perfect size for an RV and will pick up and hold on to an incredible amount of grime. To clean it, bring it outside and brush with the rubber brush.
There are other products that I would also reccomend for camping, but I think these are the necessary ones. I would love to hear what you think! Do you think I have all the bases covered? What do you need a solution to while you are camping?