These are our favorite RV bathroom products that save space, keep us organized, and even keep us safe…
- 1 These are our favorite RV bathroom products that save space, keep us organized, and even keep us safe…
- 2 15 Best Bathroom Products for Your RV (Shopping List)
Mike and Jennifer’s RV Lifestyle hat collection
- 3.1 7. Better Living Products Soap Dispenser
- 3.2 8. SIQUK 6-Pack Cupboard Bars
- 3.3 9. Znben Transparent Adhesive Hooks
- 3.4 10. Nano Double Sided Tape
- 3.5 11. Scott Rapid Dissolve Bath Tissue
- 3.6 12. Travel Convenience Kit
- 3.7 13. Eva-Dry Renewable Dehumidifier
- 3.8 14. Bamboo Charcoal Air Purifying Bags
- 3.9 15. AmazerBath Bathtub Mat
- 4 Your Favorite RV Bathroom Products
- 5 New ebook from Mike and Jennifer Wendland – the Natchez Trace
Do you want to make your RV bathroom feel clean and comfortable? It can be really difficult to do that in the confines of any sized rig.
But there are some products that can help!
I combed Amazon for the best RV bathroom products that can help organize your tight space. They can also make this small space feel more luxurious when on the road.
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15 Best Bathroom Products for Your RV (Shopping List)
The following are the top 15 products I found on Amazon to help organize and optimize your RV bathroom space.
If you’d like to see more recommendations, check out all of our Amazon Shopping Lists for RV Gear.
But for now, we’re going to focus on the bathroom…
This hanging stainless steel bar soap dish is a great space saver in the bathroom. If you’re very tight on space, you hang this in your RV shower stall and/or use it for soap at the sink.
The other nice thing about this soap dish is that it keeps your soap from sitting in water so the bar will last longer. All you have to do is stick it to your wall and you are all set!
Another great option to keep your shower tidy is a hanging caddy. You can put your shampoo, conditioner, and soap all in one spot.
This caddy also comes with two hooks so you can hang your loofah or washcloth in a convenient spot.
There is nothing worse than pulling your toothbrush out of your travel bag to find hairs or lint on it. The same is true for pulling it out of the bathroom drawer.
The Camco Pop-A-Toothbrush is a cool, space-saving product that keeps your toothbrushes clean.
It adheres to your wall, and you hang your toothbrushes inside. Then when you are not using them you can close the lid to keep them clean.
The Delta Overdoor Hanger is a great way to save room in your RV bathroom.
You can roll up towels and store them in the pockets. Or use them as a spot to hold your toiletries when on the road.
The nice thing is that your items will be organized and within reach at all times. Talk about convenience!
One thing many people miss when they first start camping is a nice, hot, powerful shower. In some RVs, you only have a trickle of water that doesn’t even come close to a good shower.
Check out the Oxygenics Spa RV Shower Kit. It offers great water pressure and can save you water so that you do not have to keep filling your tanks.
When traveling, the best way to maximize space in your storage cabinets is to get a shelf organizer.
This mDesign organizer can help keep your RV bathroom cabinet organized and clear from clutter.
It’ll even help keep you from overpacking since you can easily see what you already have.
Mike and Jennifer’s RV Lifestyle hat collection
Who needs a hat? You do! Dad hats aren’t just for dads. This comfy one’s got a low profile with an adjustable strap and curved visor. Just the thing to wear on your next RV Lifestyle adventure.
This soap dispenser is a great way to save room in your shower. You can hang it on the wall, load it up with your shampoo, conditioner and body wash.
It saves you room in your RV bathroom and you don’t have to worry about packing it in a travel bag each trip. Fill them up and you’re good for a while.
Plus, you don’t have to deal with shampoo bottles falling and sliding around while you’re driving.
Cupboard bars are useful little gadgets. You can use them in a number of ways to help make your storage spaces more efficient.
You can add these into cabinets to add an extra shelf. Or, use them to create a bar to hold items in place while you are on the road.
Bathroom hooks really come in handy. You can hang towels, shower items, or cleaning tools. Anything really!
The great thing about these particular hooks is their strength. They can hold items that are up to 13 pounds! Most other adhesive wall hooks top out at about 5 pounds.
When I install or hang items in my rig, I like to use double-sided tape. It keeps my permanent items in place without damaging the walls.
It can also help keep my picture and other items straight even when driving around curves!
The Nano double-sided tape allows you to install items in your rig without having to drill holes into the wall. It is also waterproof, age-resistant, removable and will not leave a residue.
There is nothing enjoyable about a clogged RV toilet. You either have to live with it until you are back in civilization. Or, you have to pay a hefty price to have a company come and unclog it for you.
Either way, you can avoid some of those clogs by using rapid-dissolving toilet paper in your rig. This Scott brand has served me very well!
(Though, there are other types of toilet paper RVers recommend.)
This 15-piece convenience travel kit makes it easy to pack your toiletries. It comes with a razor, toothbrush, toothpaste shampoo, comb, deodorant and more.
This kit is geared with men in mind, and makes a perfect set for him!
RV bathrooms can easily become too humid, which may lead to mold and mildew, and a slew of other problems.
This Eva-dry Renewable Dehumidifier is compact and can hang on the wall. This is perfect for your small spaces, but you may want to check out these other great dehumidifiers for your RV.
I don’t like talking about it, but bathrooms can be stinky places. Not only do people use the restroom to do their business. But mold and mildew can build up since it is a notoriously moist area of the RV.
Combat odors and make the space feel and smell fresh again by using these bamboo moisture absorbers with activated charcoal.
You can hang them right in the bathroom and throw some in closets or drawers as well. And for you pet lovers, they can help combat any animal odors that may linger in your RV.
Slips and falls in the shower are a real, everyday concern. This bathtub mat is an excellent preventative measure to keep you safe.
It’s nice and cushy, which offers extra comfort in the shower. But, most importantly, it’s grippy and will help keep your feet firmly planted.
This spa mat is available in several color choices so that it can blend into your decor effortlessly.
Your Favorite RV Bathroom Products
Let us know if we missed any RV bathroom products that you think belong on this list. Tell us all about your recommendations in the comment section below.
New ebook from Mike and Jennifer Wendland – the Natchez Trace
The Natchez Trace Parkway will capture your imagination, soothe your jangled travel nerves, open your mind and inspire you with the history that unfolded along its 444 miles.
Each of the 7 Days of the ebook has:
- Suggested Mileposts to explore
- Places to Eat in each area of the 7 sections
- Campground descriptions and links
- Links to all the special places and information
- Links to videos that show more in detail
- and a lot of highlighted information for each section
PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT a printed, hard copy guide.
Whether you want to follow the footsteps of explorers, discover natural beauty, or visit historic sites, the Trace has something to grab your attention and leave you eager to see what’s at the next milepost.
You can see why this is one of our favorite US routes to explore. We’ve traveled it a half dozen times!