1. Foam Floor Tiles 巧拼地板，讓你的小寶貝不會被地寒到也比較舒服，
2. . Cut up a straw and fill the pieces up with antibiotic ointment or toothpaste for single-use packets.
3. Wrapping your meat in cabbage leaves will keep it from getting burnt to a crisp.
The cabbage is dense and moist enough to create the perfect nonstick barrier. No more accidental charred-to-a-crisp meals!
4. A miniature Tic Tac box makes a great miniature tackle box.
Use Tic-Tac boxes to store spices.
5. Adding sage to your campfire or fire pit keeps mosquitoes and bugs away.
6. Kids can make an adorable and easy keepsake bracelet out of duct tape.
They can stick things on, like tiny pebbles, flowers, or leaves, and create a souvenir from their nature walk. Just make sure the sticky side is on the outside.
7. Here’s an awesome s’mores hack your kids will love:
8. Stovetop popcorn (like Jiffy Pop) can be made over a campfire.
9. Keep extra duct tape for emergencies right on your water bottle.
12. These compact towels can dry off two people after swimming and are dry to the touch within an hour of use.
13. Bailey’s dipped toasted marshmallows are a must for camping.
Toast a marshmallow over hot coals, and then dip the warm marshmallow into a cup of Bailey’s. They’re so delicious and addictive, you’ll want to make them even when you’re NOT camping.
14. Make travel coffee bags out of coffee filters and dental floss.
Place a scoop of coffee grounds into a coffee filter and tie it up with dental floss. When you’re ready to brew, just make it like you would make tea in a teabag!
15. Make a last-minute camping spoon with a knife and a plastic bottle.
17. Carry your seasonings in straws.
Just use a lighter to re-seal.
18. You can also keep seasonings, toppings, and condiments separate but organized in stackable pill containers.
Label with a Sharpie.
20. This is the coolest tarp trick:
Use a small stick to help secure the main center line. When pressure is put on one end, the line will tighten evenly, keeping the grommets from being torn out.
21. Pre-make your food and vacuum seal it.
It will stay fresh longer and will be easier to pack.
22. Keep your toiletries hooked onto a shower caddy.
You can buy one here for $9.95 or make your own.
23. Make single-use soap leaves from a bar of soap and a vegetable peeler.
25. A 16-ounce water bottle will hold 8–9 large eggs.
Pre-scrambling your eggs will save you the trouble of having to figure out a way of transporting them. It also eliminates the need for a separate bowl and whisk.
26. This collapsible silicone coffee dripper takes up almost no space.
And it has a super high Amazon.com rating. Get it here for $10.99.
27. For fewer burrs, rub the laces of your hiking boots with paraffin before hitting the trail.
28. Corn chips (like Fritos or Doritos) make a great substitute kindling when starting a fire.
31. Make toothpaste dots.
Spread them out on a plate, let them dry for 2–3 days, and then sprinkle baking soda over them. Once they dry, just pop them into a resealable plastic bag.
32. Keep your TP dry in a CD spindle.
If you’re trying to save space because you’re backpacking, take the tube out and flatten the toilet paper. Keep it in a plastic bag instead.
36. Your deodorant doubles as a mosquito bite itch queller.
40. Cobble together a makeshift shower using a large water jug and a watering can head.
Get the full directions here.
19. Use a belt and hooks to hang up pots and pans.
18. Use an empty laundry detergent dispenser as a hand-washing station.