5 Tips for Keeping Your Campsite Clean


Camping & Sitting around the camp fire in the early morning.

Summer’s here! And that means one thing: family vacation. One of the best ways to spend some time together this season is camping. Whether it’s in a tent, camper, or RV, camping can get a little messy. We have some tips and tricks on how to conquer the Great Outdoors, with scrub brush in hand!


  1. Set Up a DIY Dish Sink

Set up a five-gallon jug with a spigot on the edge of a picnic table. Beneath, place the Libman All-Purpose Bucket. Run the water from the spigot and scrub your dishes with the Libman All-Purpose Scrubbing Dish Wand. And voilà! It’s just like the sink at home.


  1. Clean Your Cast Iron

While the cookware is still warm (not hot), rinse the pan with warm water. Then use a Libman Big Job Kitchen Brush to remove any bits of food. Pat dry with a towel and let it finish air drying. If the finish looks shiny and black, you’re done! Just remember the #1 rule of cast iron: never, ever use soap!


  1. Deep Clean Your Cooler

Mix a small amount of baking soda and water together to form a paste. Let the paste sit for 3-5 minutes. Then use the Libman Easy Grip Scrub Brush to scrub the interior and exterior. Pour a small amount of vinegar inside the cooler until the paste bubbles. Drain the cooler through the spout or tip over. Rinse with cold water, drain again, and wipe dry.


  1. Dry Out Your Tent

Avoid mold and mildew build up on your tent. Mix together 1 cup of lemon juice, 1 cup of salt, and 1 gallon of warm water. Use the Libman Big Scrub Brush and scrub with the mixture. Leave tent out to dry completely.


  1. De-Fuzz Your Window Screens

During the summer, Cottonwood and pollen seem to be everywhere. Instead of washing your RV or camper window screens, use the Libman Lint Roller. Just roll over the screens, tear, and go!


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