Why you should take Speed Cleaning™ Red Juice on your next camping trip
As you’re packing up the car to head out for a weekend of camping, you’re stuffing the tent, sleeping bags, portable stove, food, and water into the trunk and hoping you haven’t forgotten anything essential. We’re betting that you haven’t given much thought to bringing along a few cleaning products that will make your life easier, so we offer up this short list of cleaning products to pack along with the marshmallows and mosquito spray.
Cleaning products to bring camping
- A large broom, a small Speed Cleaning™ Whisk Broom, and a dustpan. You’ll find a full-size broom handy for quickly sweeping your campsite—remove any sticks or stones from the area where you’ll set up your tent and use it to sweep off the picnic table before putting down your tablecloth. The whisk broom is useful once you set up the tent if you find bits of grit lingering inside from the last time you used it. You can also use it to keep areas of your campsite tidy.
- Trash bags. Bring more than you expect to use and plan to pack all garbage out of your campsite when you leave. Tip: bring reusable plates and cutlery to cut down on the amount of trash you generate. And be sure to keep food scraps away from any wildlife that might be attracted to the smell.
- Speed Cleaning™ Red Juice. This is an all around lifesaver when you’re camping. You can use it to clean up spills in the kitchen area of your camp, or that happen in the tent. You can also use it to wipe down any dirty pots and dishes, then rinse them clean. It’s also good for helping remove the sticky marshmallow goo from your hands—spray it on a cleaning cloth and wipe clean.
- Speed Cleaning™ White Pad. Great for scrubbing out the pots, pans, and dishes once dinner is over.
- Dish towels or Speed Cleaning™ Microfiber Dusting and Cleaning Cloths. If you have a bag of cleaning rags lying around, bring those instead of paper towels for cleaning up messes and spills. Or bring your Speed Cleaning™ Cleaning Cloths to wipe any spills that happen in the tent.
Another thing to bring that isn’t quite a cleaning product but that will help keep your tent clean— a welcome mat you place right outside the tent where you leave your shoes. This way you don’t track dirt into the tent itself.
We hope you have a safe and fun camping trip! With your bag of essential cleaning products along for the journey, you’ll be prepared for any mess that comes along.