Tips for disinfecting any hard surface with bleach — the correct solution, some things not to do, and other helpful info. [More] Disinfecting With Bleach
Living on a Boat
What is living on a boat really like? How do you handle the everyday things? Could you really do it? All the info you need to make a smooth transition:
Make your own gel ice pack — make any size you want, tuck it in any corner of the freezer . . . and you probably have the materials on hand! [More] Make Your Own Gel Ice Pack
You don’t need someone to teach you how to wash dishes — but how about a few tips to make it easier? [More] Tips for Hand-Washing Dishes
Don’t spend all your time working on the boat! Have more time to enjoy it with these simple solutions to common problems. [More] Simple Solutions to Common Boat Problems
A one-minute, almost free simple solution to stop glasses from clanking on a boat. [More] Stop Clanking Glasses!
Want to take your dog aboard your cruising boat? Don’t want to be obligated to take it ashore several times a day? Train it to use a piece of carpet on deck. [More] Training a Dog to Be a “Boat Dog”
5 ways to clear a slow or stopped drain on a boat — without any dangerous chemicals. [More] Slow or Stopped Galley Drain
It can be tough to stay cool in the tropics, particularly in the summer aboard a boat without air conditioning. Here are five ways to improve air flow. [More] Ventilation
Got nasty smelling dish rags? Here’s how to avoid the problem! Six things to do to prevent that nasty sour smell in your dish cloths and bar rags. [More] Sour Smelling Dish Rags?
Save money and space by using fewer paper towels with these tips. Double bonus: you’ll have less trash and it’s better for the environment! [More] Using Fewer Paper Towels