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Old 06-29-2011, 07:57 PM   #11
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We have a 22FB and there is a cupboard above the bed that holds a square laundry basket perfectly. There are only two of us and a weeks worth of dirty clothes fit in there nicely.
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Old 06-29-2011, 08:00 PM   #12
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Just toss them and then you have the perfect excuse to go SHOPPING!
I've done that before. When I've travelled to Europe I've taken old t-shirts, socks, underwear and thrown them away when they are dirty. That way I had more room in my luggage for my purchases (not necessarily new clothing though).
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Old 06-30-2011, 06:20 AM   #13
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You could consider not bothering with underwear!
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Ok guys and gals - dirty clothes....what a pain.

So share your tips/tricks on how you handle your dirty clothes, especially with kids along.

We leave for a campout all nice and neat, clothes hung, and by the time we are mid way into the trip it seems like clothes are a mess. There are 4 of us in a 26BH so there is really not that much extra room for a hamper. Each person has a dedicated area - kids have top/bottom of bunk cabinet. Adults each have wardrobe. We end up stuffing dirty items into a bag in our respective cabinets, but that can get smelly after a couple of days.

So - what are your tips/tricks with dealing with dirty clothes?
I read all the posts, and not one person came up with the solution so here is mine, WASH THEM!?!?:hihi:
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Old 06-30-2011, 02:59 PM   #15
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Gee! I did not know that that was an option.
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Old 06-30-2011, 03:32 PM   #16
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I read all the posts, and not one person came up with the solution so here is mine, WASH THEM!?!?:hihi:
Ha - yeah...that would be nice...but we have not encountered many places that have wash facilities. If they did, they were either really expensive or in poor condition.

Good advice - I like the space bag idea...and also the truck tool box idea. You "5er and big bathroom folks" are spoiled...lol....we love our 26BH, but it gets pretty full with food and clothes when we take a 5 day excursion - especially when we are going to have daily guests for 3 out of the 5 days!
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Old 06-30-2011, 04:57 PM   #17
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With my kids I feel like burning them (the clothes) and starting over sometimes, they get them so dirty! Bait odors, marsh mud, dirt, fish and crab smells! But that`s what boys do, get dirty.
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...crab smells...
And that is how you got your name?
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We keep a laundry bag in the bed room and go to the laundromat once a week.
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If you are concerned about space for storage, here is a product we discovered that is now in our camper. No more detergent, conditioner or dryer sheets.

http://www.purex.com/products/deterg...omplete-3-in-1
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