#6. Create travel sized coffee bags.
Just put one scoop of coffee grounds into a coffee filter and then tie it up with dental floss.
#7. Make portable fire starters.
Simply dip cotton pads into wax and you’re ready to go!
#8. Create your very own portable washing machine.
It’s not as fancy as it sounds, your machine will be made out of a bucket and plunger. But it gets the job done.
#9. Organize and store different spices into different Tic-Tac boxes.
This is great for people who plan on legit cooking while they’re out in the woods.
#10. Crack all your eggs and put them in an empty water bottle!
One water bottle can hold up to eight eggs.
#11. Campfire foods are more than just s'mores.
Make crescent rolls! You can even stuff them with marshmallows or nutella.
#12. Make single-use soap leaves.
Use a vegetable peeler to peel slices of a bar of soap. You can also rub the soap on mosquito bites to relieve the itchiness.
#13. Aside from the mosquito repellent you can buy from the store, you can also use sage to repel mosquitos.
Just place some of the sage in the campfire.
#14. Make popcorn on the campfire!
Just bring popcorn that can normally be placed on the stove at home.
#15. Put your toilet paper into a coffee can.
This will help not only hold your TP, but also protect it.
#16. Move over s'mores, we're upgrading to s'moreos.
Why use graham crackers, when you can use oreos?
#17. You can also use the campfire to cook bacon and eggs!
Just put it all in a paper brown bag and hover it over the fire.
#18. Create toothpaste single-use packets.
Just cut up straws and fill them up with the toothpaste. Use a lighter to seal up the ends once you’re done.
#19. Create a place to hang up pots and pans.
Just wrap a belt around a tree and attach hooks to it.
#20. Create a hand-washing station.
Just fill up an empty laundry detergent dispenser with water.
#21. If you ever get lost, use an acorn cap as a whistle.
Getting lost from your group can be very easy, so it’s nice to know you can use your surroundings to help you.
#22. Create you very own shower.
Literally all you need in a watering can and a humungous jug.
#23. Create your very own DIY lantern.
Just paint the inside of a jar with non-toxic-glow-in-the-dark paint.
#24. Put up foam noodles to stop injuries.
For particular people, accidents are inevitable but remove the possibility of someone hitting their head on the awning strut by putting a foam noodle on it.
#25. Secure your tent with a stick.
Put it in the main center line to ensure pressure is even throughout.
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