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Must Have Camping Accessory for Your Dirty Laundry

    If you love camping as much as we do, then this post is for you. Not all campgrounds have laundry areas, and if you're camping in the wilderness, then there's no laundromat you can access. That's where Scrubba Wash Bag comes in. It's the must have accessory for camping.

Must Have Camping Accessory

    Are you wondering just what Scrubba Wash Bag is? It's a bag with a flexible, internal washboard that makes it possible for you to wash your clothes, anywhere. All you need is a Scrubba, (dirty clothes of course,) water, and some detergent. Liquid works best since you don't have to wait for it to dissolve like powder detergent. In a pinch some body wash or shampoo would work too. 

Six Easy Steps

    Okay, so you have your Scrubba, dirty clothes, water and detergent. Now what? So now you put water and detergent in, then your dirty clothes. Remove excess air from the bag, roll it down, and clip it closed. Step three is to open the valve cap and dispel the excess air. Now it's time to wash. Rub the bag, so that your clothes are being rubbed upon the flexible washboard. (Rub for thirty seconds for a quick wash, or three minutes for a machine quality wash.) For step five you will unclip and unroll your Scrubba bag. Pour out the dirty water, and add in clean to rinse your clothes. If you're somewhere that has access to a tap or shower, you can also rinse them there. Finally, just hang your clothes to dry. 

Clean Clothes Where Ever You Go

    I really love the versatility of the Scrubba Wash Bag. We do most of our camping at state parks so we have access to water, but not usually laundry facilities. There are times when we run out clean clothes, and have to go into town and look for a laundromat. With the Scrubba Wash Bag, we won't need to do that any more. The convenience is wonderful, and it doesn't take up much space, which is super important when you're trying to pack lightly.

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