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Save Space In Your RV With Soap Dispensers

This post was updated on March 27th, 2024

Even if you’re lucky enough to have a shower in your RV, chances are it’s still relatively small.  There is not usually a whole lot of room to store toiletries like soap, shampoo, and conditioner, and when you’re driving they have to be secure or your bottles will be rolling all over the place.

RVers have found a number of ways to go around this: you can pull your shampoo out of the cabinet before showers, suction cup bottles to your wall, and the easiest of them all: set up a soap dispenser.

Dispensers can hold soap, shampoo, and conditioner. Photo by author
Dispensers can hold soap, shampoo, and conditioner. Photos by author

We love Better Living’s shower dispenser the most for a few reasons.

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They’re offered with 1, 2, and 3 chambers, and can easily be installed without any tools.  The dispensers with only 1 chamber also work well for holding soap by the sink in your RV’s kitchen.

The dispensers can be mounted on any tile, plastic, or marble surface using an included waterproof silicone adhesive and double-sided tape.  On top of that, the dispensers come with several labels so you can mark what’s in each chamber for quick identification.

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Your shampoo and soap are easily dispensed by the push of a button.  They hold up to 14 ounces at a time and can be refilled in less than a minute from the top.  This also makes it easier to buy your toiletries in bulk and only refill the dispensers as needed.

The single-chamber dispensers are about $14 on Amazon, 2-chambers are about $23, and 3-chambers are currently $20.

See also: 10 RV Storage Solutions That Cost Less Than $10