WASHINGTON — Though convenient, hitting a laundromat isn’t always everyone’s favorite necessary chore when RVing.
Our friend Tom, of Ottawa, offers a tip that might come in handy – at least for smaller loads of laundry.
“You can wash your clothes as you go,” he says. “You put your clothes in a covered pail with a lid and put them on the back of your vehicle. Then, as you go along, the bumps and sways of your RV will wash these.”
The idea is that the movements will create an agitator-like motion that will effectively wash your clothes (though, obviously, it won’t be exactly like a washing machine).
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