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10 Must-have Items for Your RV Bathroom

updated for 2020


These 10 items should be be on your list of must-haves for your RV bathroom. Many RV’s lack built-in bathroom storage and accessories. I know my RV bathroom had a lot to be desired when it came to accessories.  Many of these items will help you tremendously when outfitting your RV Bathroom.


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1

Towels




Towels are one of the bulkiest things to store.  RV bathrooms don’t usually have enough room to store enough towels.  I splurged and bought Norwex towels.  These are not cheap but worth it.  They are made of very good micro-fiber and fold up very compactly.  You can store 4 x-large towels in 6" high, 14" long and 9" wide of space tri-folded or roll them up to stack another way. They have a sewn loop on one end to hang.  They dry quickly( much quicker than a traditional towel) which is important in an RV. 



 Sometimes things take longer to dry in small spaces and these towels solve that issue. These are anti-microbial.  Norwex puts silver in their products to reduce the chance of mildew growth and odor.  I love them!  After you get used to the fact that they aren’t your traditional fluffy towels, you will love them too!


I also put two in our dry-bag for when we get done kayaking.  We use them on our person and then use them to dry the kayak - multi purpose!

2

Toothbrushes


Storing your toothbrushes in your RV bathroom is a challenge.  Many RV's don't have a built-in toothbrush holder.

You can’t leave a toothbrush holder on your counter top to fall off while you are driving. 

 Many RV's don't have a lot of bathroom counter top space. 


This toothbrush holder (in the photo) is aesthetically pleasing and easy to use.  It keeps your items up off the counter and things stay put while traveling.


 We have also used this toothbrush holder was used in our first RV.  We put it inside the medicine cabinet.  I really like the hanging aspect of it. It doesn’t take up much room on a shelf and if you do hang it out in the open you can use the cover to keep the brushes protected.


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3

Toilet Cleaning System

Picking the right toilet cleaning system isn't always easy when you have the challenge of an RV bathroom.  You want a nice clean potty but you have very limited storage space for a long handle or bulky brush head.

 Plus you don’t want it rolling around the floor when you are traveling down the road.


I have used this nifty disposable system.  It does a fine job for the money and convenience. The caddy that comes with it fits beautifully next to my RV toilet and the wall. I love this product because the head is disposable.  When I use the product and dispose of the ‘brush’ in the trash, I rinse the handle end and wipe it with a paper towel to store again.

I am usually more of a reduce-reuse-recycle type person but this is one area I choose disposable every time.

4

Suction cup 10X mirror



When we moved in our RV,  I had a magnifying mirror to assist with makeup application.  I wear glasses so I need one to make sure I don’t look like a clown 😊 when I am finished. 


My mirror was on a stand and awkward to store.  I found this suction cup mirror to put on my bathroom mirror. It works great!  It never comes off when we are diving down the road.


I reseal the suction cup when I clean my mirror and voila! Magnifying mirror situation solved!

5

Plastic Bins

Bins are handy inside your bathroom cabinet to organize smaller things and keep them from sliding around and getting disorganized.  There are many different types of shapes and sizes of these bins.  Pick out some that are best for you.

6

RV Holding Tank Treatment

Happy Camper is an organic holding tank treatment.  It is enzyme based and eats the odors instead of just covering them up.  


We put a scoop down the potty after each black tank dump to keep everything smelling fresh.  


We have used the porta paks before and really like this much better!


You can even use this treatment in your gray tank if you happen to get odors coming from there.


 This product is one of the must-have items for our RV bathroom.

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Bathroom Accessories

There are so many things we get used to having in our sticks and bricks life.  Most RVs don’t have soap dishes, washcloth hangers, shampoo and razor storage already built-in.


So these items will help you tremendously when outfitting your RV Bathroom. I have used all these items

throughout my RV bathroom.  

I am sure if you continued to shop you would find a few more for to help you organize your RV bathroom.


I don’t know how any RVer that can get along without Command products.  They are our favorite & work well.

They  give a ton of value along with space-saving solutions.

Suction Cup Washcloth Hanger - this is advertised as a portable drying rack.  I like the bigger prongs for better hanging of wet washcloths than those that are advertised for washcloths.   I have had this item since 2013 in my home shower and moved it into the RV. It is easy to put and stays up!


Razor Caddy  - Great holder for my razor in the shower.


Soap Dish  - basic easy to stick on soap dish.  It stays where you put it!


This soap dish isn't a command product but attaches to your shower wall with ease.  And it's so pretty!  


Shampoo and Conditioner Caddy  - Holder for your bottles.  I have a wire basket that lips over the shower edge...it works great too!


Bonus

Stink Remover

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There are so many things that can make your bathroom seem bigger or more useful but this last thing will make a huge difference in the way your RV smells!  Since RV bathrooms are small and people may be around when you have have to go Number TWO, you want an effective odor remover.  


I found Poo Pourri when I worked in as a Practice Manager at a doctors office.  My office was directly across from the employee bathroom.  Needless to say, I just couldn't stand one more spray of Lysol or Air-wick.  It all became lavender scented poop but poop none the less.  I decided to try Poo Pourri after finding it at Ace Hardware.  Paying $10 for a tiny bottle had me worried but I needed to try something!


The whole premise is that you spray the surface of the water with 5 pumps before you go.  So I initiated employee potty training :-).  Things immediately changed for the better!  It really does make it where you don't even smell the odor in the first place!  You are not just covering it up....it doesn't smell to start with.


When we were moving into the RV I knew this was the product for us!  It was small, and very effective.  We change it up and occasionally try other of their fragrances.  My favorite is still the original.


Try it!  You will like it!  And to the $10 price tag....it's worth it and lasts a long time!


Your RV bathroom may not be big, but it can be made to hold all the things you need to use while traveling and living in your RV.


Comment below with your must-have RV bathroom items!  We love to find new things!

 

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