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Have you found the perfect trailer but are afraid to pull the trigger because it has a wet bath? Are you imagining sloppy pools of water on everything and mold incubating on the walls? Think again. RV’s with wet baths can keep a trailers weight down significantly and give you added floor space where you really want it. Here are a few of the tips I’ve employed in my RV wet bath.
Keeping Towels Dry
- Put towels up high by creating a shelf out of spring rods.
- Hang your towels on spring rods and then use another spring rod for a shower curtain to go over them when showering.
- Hang wire baskets high on the wall and put shower supplies and rolled up towels in them.
Keeping Other Things Dry
- Put toilet paper in plastic container
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- Make spring rod shelf for shampoo, bath gel and shower items
- Use a bamboo mat to keep your drying off towel from dropping into any pooled water on shower floor
Consider an adjustable shower rod to store things
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Solutions in a Wet Bath
- Hang a rod across shower wall and hang baskets or cans from it for storage.
- Mount a shower shampoo, conditioner and body gel dispenser.
- Keep cleaning supplies in a caddy between toilet and wall.
- Use large Command hooks to hang towels from after the shower.
- Have a squeegee in the shower and remove water from walls as soon as you are done showering.
- Use a microfiber towel to get any excess water left behind.
- Turn on overhead fan after each shower.
I put a small towel rod across the ceiling vent, put towels on hangers and hang. It’s also a good place for them to dry. Open the vent and turn on the fan and towels dry quickly.