Oxygenics Shower Head

Recommended by virtually every RVer I know I'm really liking mine.   Apparently the designer/builder of my trailer thought it was super cool to put all residential shower fixtures in.  While pretty - that left no shut off on the shower head which all RVers know you need.     A reminder that this doesn't fully shut off the water but the little extra stream if you are showering fast like you should is nice if you get soap in your eye!  :)   Truly it is designed to not shut off fully so you don't get a blast of hot or cold water when you turn it back on.   I am still figuring out if I need to replace the hose of my shower with the one provided with the Oxygenics to get the best pressure.

Travel Bottles

Some or rather, MOST things you just don't need full sizes of.   Be honest!   My camping seasons right now are maybe 4 months long and I don't need a 12 month size of anything (besides if left in the trailer it will freeze)!  

Shower Stuff Holder

I do not have but one small place in my shower to hold things and that gets my shampoo and conditioner.   I wanted something that wouldn't take up elbow room in the shower but would hold my toothbrush, toothpaste, liquid soap, and razor.  I took a laundry delicates bag and cut off the bottom, crocheted it shut and it now hangs in the shower with those items and hangs on a hook.  Works fabulous!

Now my trailer came equipped with one of these but I am going to share because I know many RVs do not.   This is a LIFESAVER for tight showers.  If you've stayed in motels and used the showers that have those big sweeping shower rods, this is much like that.  I know my brother now has one in his trailer and loves it.   That little extra elbow room is super nice and then it all collapses back into the shower out of the way, giving more elbow room in the bathroom itself.  Highly recommended.
I have found that most cabinets just don't work all that well without some sort of containment system for the items put in them.  Especially bathroom cabinets with lots of little first aid type things.   After trying just baskets I found that I needed better organization for all the little items so went to drawers.   The clear bottoms usually allow me to see what I need to get or I can just pull the drawer completely out.  This size allowed me to also still put some larger items on the sides of it and if you've read most of my RV pages you see on the one side where I utilized one of the narrow plastic boxes.  Again, the ability to slide things in and out and not have to stand on a stool (the toilet is NOT an option) to see in the cabinet is a bonus.