9. Put Down an Outdoor Rug
One of the most annoying things about living in a campground is the constant stream of dirt or sand that makes its way into your home and onto your floors. In some locations it can feel like you do nothing but sweep, and while other locations are better, there is rarely a spot that leaves your floors completely dirt-free at the end of the day.
If you’re tired of dealing with this problem and looking for a way to combat it, we recommend an outdoor rug. No, the rug isn’t a miracle worker, and yes, you will still have some dirt on your floors. However, because people will have to walk over the rug to enter your home, some of the dirt on their feet will inevitably be wiped away, making your floors that much less dirty.
10. Use Lights to Keep Pests Away
Depending on where you tend to park, there’s a good chance you’ll have to deal with mice at some point in your RVing career. This is unfortunate for a number of reasons. Not only are mice gross, they also ruin your food and can even destroy wiring and plumbing.
Fortunately, there are ways to keep these pests away. Diffusing peppermint oil can help a little, and we always like to have a couple of mouse traps set just in case. All that said, one of the best and easiest ways to deter these pests is by setting up a string of LED lights around the outside of your rig.
Mice don’t like bright lights, so this will help keep them away while also giving you a bit of light to use when spending time outside at night.
As you can see, there are plenty of clever ways to improve your full-time RV living experience. Which of these hacks will you implement first?