Use a SleepKeeper. If you simply cannot part with your favourite pillow, take it with you in a SleepKeeper. It’s basically a compression bag for your standard pillow. Simply roll up your pillow, fasten it in the SleepKeeper, strap it to your camping backpack, or throw it in your car with your other gear.
How do you pack a pillow and sleeping bag?
A: Try strapping your pillow around your sleeping bag using rope or elastic bands so it doesn’t take up space inside your pack. Or leave your pillow at home and just bring a pillowcase. When you get ready for bed, stuff the pillowcase with your extra clothes — instant pillow! It hardly takes up any room in your pack.
What do you store a lot of blankets in?
- Tuck Them into a Trunk. Whether antique, heirloom, or even brand new, storage trunks make for great multifunctional furniture.
- Utilize Built-In Cabinets.
- Repurpose a Firewood Rack.
- Store Blankets with Extra Linens.
- Utilize a Blanket Ladder.
- Hang on Hooks.
- Hide Them in an Ottoman.
- Fill a Drawer.
How do you store blankets so they don’t get musty?
1) Clean often: Wash your linens regularly to keep the bacteria, mold, and moths at bay. 2) Keep it dry: Make sure any linens you’re storing in a closet or storage unit get plenty of air circulation by leaving space between items. Don’t leave wet or damp linens in storage—they can develop mildew and musty smells.
How do you pack for camping fast?
- Check your gear at the beginning of the season.
- Keep your gear organized.
- Use checklists (and check them twice)
- Pack for easy unpacking.
- Repackage what you can.
- Use dry bags even on dry days.
- Meal prep in advance.
- Pack a portable washing machine (or quarters)