How To Store & Do Laundry While Full Time RVing

Welcome to our How-To Series. In this video series, we will explain the many how-tos of Airstream Living. From full-time RVing, to travel, to living in a tiny space we will share what we have learned from living this lifestyle. We encourage you to comment below with your own advice on this topic, as well as any other How-Tos you would like to see.

This week’s topic is How To Store & Do Laundry While Full Time RVing. We have shown in the past how to store an entire wardrobe in your Airstream or RV but what happens when those clothes get dirty? The first thing you have to do is store the dirty laundry. You can do this with a hamper in a closet, the shower, a drawer, or under the bed. We choose to store our dirty laundry in an ottoman in our living area. We think it’s the perfect solution!

Now how do we do that laundry when we are traveling? You can choose to go to a campground with laundry facilities, find a laundromat or go hang out with friends and family. Some RVers even store portable washer/dryers in order to wash clothes at other times as well. Of course, if your rig has a washer/dryer then you are all set!

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How To Fit an Entire Wardrobe in an RV/Airstream

Welcome to our How-To Series. In this video series, we will explain the many how-tos of Airstream Living. From full-time RVing, to travel, to living in a tiny space we will share what we have learned from living this lifestyle. We encourage you to comment below with your own advice on this topic, as well as any other How-Tos you would like to see.

This week’s topic is How To Fit an Entire Wardrobe in an RV/Airstream. We live full-time all year in our Airstream and travel around the country encountering freezing temperatures and temperatures as high as 100. This means we need our entire wardrobe with us. In this video, I show how many clothes I own in my tiny home and how I manage to store them all so I have easy access when needed. The major tip is to stack clothing storage containers so you can easily get to the things at the bottom without disturbing the top. In other words, use your vertical space as much as possible since there tends to be more of that.

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