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Managing Trash on a Boat
Ugh. It's stuff you don't want -- boxes, wrappers, food scraps -- and yet it can take up an inordinate amount of the limited space on a boat.
Ways to lessen trash, store it and deal with it.
If you keep your trash and recycling bags or bins next to each other, it can be hard to make sure you’re putting items in the correct bag. One tiny change made all the difference! [More] Keeping Trash and Recycling Separate
One simple thing is keeping our boat pest-free despite being in southern Florida. [More] Getting Tough on Ants & Roaches
If you use a Ziploc bag to store your food scraps and scrape plates into, this little device is like having someone to hold the bag open for you! [More] Dish Scraping 2.0
Use less water to wash dishes and greatly reduce the chances of clogging the galley drain? Double-win! [More] Scraping the Dishes
Want a bug-free boat? Manage your trash so they don’t see your boat as an all-you-can-eat buffet! [More] Manage Your Trash to Avoid Bugs
Meat wrappers can make for really stinky trash, particularly in a hot climate. Here’s a simple way to avoid that! [More] Meat Wrappers in the Trash
Trash threatening to take over the boat? No dumpster in sight? A quick tip to help you tame it. [More] Better Trash Storage
A clogged head usually means a nasty job where you have to take the toilet halfway apart. Many cruisers follow this rule and go years without a clog. [More] Clog-Free Head
It’s not just important to dispose of trash properly, it’s important to make sure that nothing unintentionally goes overboard either! [More] Keeping Trash on the Boat