Laundry room etiquette is really just a matter of respecting other people’s time and laundry. The unwritten rules . . . [More] In the Laundry Room
Few boats have washing machines aboard due to both the power and water requirements. So how do the rest of us handle laundry?
Laundry services, laundromats and (ugh!) hand washing.
Products and tips to make it easier.
In many cruising locales, laundromats or laundry services are few and far between. So we resort to doing laundry on the boat . . . a neat tool to make it a lot easier on your back and a few tips on how I do it. [More] Doing Laundry By Hand
Dry bags are almost essential gear in my book. We’ve never had water damage anything in the dinghy! [More] Dry Bags
What’s your opinion of the Scrubba? Is it enough better way to do laundry by hand to justify buying it? See what others have to say. [More] The Scrubba
My old dirty salt encrusted daypack looks new again and ALL the zippers work perfectly! [More] Saving Stuck Zippers
Typical clothespins rust, break, pop off and stain your laundry. Four alternatives that do better. [More] Clothespins
I hate having to carry heavy detergent bottles to the Laundromat. Tide pods are much easier but require a little care in handling. [More] Less to Carry to the Laundromat
Need a longer clothesline to dry all the towels and other items on your boat? Here’s a trick my daughter-in-law taught me! [More] Drying Towels & Rags