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๐Ÿงฆ๐Ÿ‘™Laundry on the Road๐Ÿ‘™๐Ÿงฆ

How good is camping remotely and not worrying about loads of dirty washing?! ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ‘•๐Ÿ‘—

The Scrubba Wash Bag is definitely worth having if you are a traveller! We use ours every couple of days, which is awesome as we don’t have massive wardrobes to choose from! ๐Ÿ‘

Living out of a car can be very limiting when it comes to the amount of clothing that you can store. Blaine and I each have a small box for our clothes and a drawer for underwear, socks and everything else. So we probably only have around 6 different outfits each that we need to recycle week in, week out.

We also have a medium sized suitcase hidden inside the canopy, behind the drawers. It is too hard to get to to use it as an everyday clothes storage area so instead we use it for other items – fancy clothes, winter woolies, fancy shoes, work clothing etc.

We use the Scrubba Bag every few days. It doesn’t use much water at all, which is also a plus! I find that when I do a normal hand wash, I end up wasting quite a bit of water.

The Scrubba isn’t just a normal bag that you fill with water – it is designed with a special internal washboard (like the olden days!) that washes the clothes thoroughly.

Obviously, the Scrubba isn’t very big compared to a normal washing machine and therefore I still have used a normal washing machine at times to wash a large load of linen or stinky fishing clothes. But other than that, we have only spent $18 on laundry since leaving home 3 months ago, which is pretty awesome! Less money on laundry means more money on good food and beer! Win, win!

๐Ÿ’ฒYou can purchase the Scrubba Bag online at The Scrubba Website.

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