We’ve lived on our RV for just over one year now + a LOT has changed in that time. We’ve adjusted to living with less and have gotten rid of many things we originally thought as “necessities”.
On the other hand we have found several products that we now can’t live without! Things that make our day-to-day in an RV that much easier.
we’ve rounded up a few of our favorites to share with you!
Nature's Head Self Contained Composting Toilet with Close Quarters Spider Handle
We opted to remove our blackwater tank and go COMPOST toilet! It’s one of the best things we did. We love our Nature’s Head composting toilet because we no longer have to deal with the messy, smelly normal RV toilet! It’s easy to maintain and we never have to worry about finding a dump station!
Thermacell Patio Shield Mosquito Protection
The best part of RV life? Enjoying the great outdoors, DUH! ;) This mosquito repellant has SAVED us - especially in the the mosquito prone Florida! It gives us 15ft of protection and no need for messy bug spray. It uses repellant “mats” that are heated up + deter those BUGS! It’s a must have for any RVER!
Collapsable Pet Fence
If you follow us on Instagram (@the_ramblr_rv) you’ll undoubtedly notice that we have 2 chihuahuas that we ADORE. It was important for us to give them a yard to roam around in. Fencing can be expensive, so when I came across this affordable (and collapsable!) option I was thrilled! It’s only 24 inches tall, but for our tiny fur babes, it works perfectly. And when it’s time to move the RV, it easily breaks down! 10/10 recommend for any pet mamas or dads!
Swiffer Dry + Wet Mop
Nothing fancy here. Just the easiest solution we’ve found for keeping our RV sparkling clean. The Swiffer is great for dog hair, dirt + dust and it’s something we use weekly (sometimes daily!). It makes perfect sense in an RV because it’s small, compact and easy to store!
STOK Gridiron Portable Gas Grill
If ya know us, you know we love grilling outside on our patio! We’ve had this grill for over a year and we absolutely love it. The best part? It folds down for easy travel and uses small propane tanks that are easy to transport.
We hope these recommendations are helpful to you! - Leah + Brennan