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Old 01-27-2016, 01:28 AM   #15
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Old 01-27-2016, 06:45 AM   #16
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An alternative is a bag that hangs on a hook. Contains everything you would need for shower and shave, and you can take it to the campground shower without having to transfer everything from one container to another.
We have such bags from L L Bean. They are available in a couple sizes. In mine I have a comb, toothbrush in a plastic container, bar of soap in a plastic soap box, tube of tooth paste, and shampoo in those mini bottles like you get at motels (refill from big bottle). The bag even has a little mirror in it
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Old 01-27-2016, 10:28 PM   #17
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Mirror?! We're camping, I don't look at myself! A quick comb and I'm ready to go!

Well, I do have a face-size unbreakable mirror that is meant for a metal school locker door. Amazon.com : Magnetic Locker Mirror : Personal Makeup Mirrors : Beauty While it does have magnets I attach mine with Velcro glued to the mirror back and to the upper inner kitchen cabinet door in my 13' Scamp. I do not have a shower or toilet, only a porta-pottie.
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Old 01-28-2016, 06:56 AM   #18
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Our ameriigo had a mirror on the outside of the closet/bathroom door. We removed the door and took the mirror off (attached with double-sided sticky tape). We're planning to drill four small holes in the frame and put it up with screws in the porta-potty room since amerigos have plywood wallboards, so they're not like the ones with a nice fiberglass inner shell.

Good thing someone mentioned the lighting; we'll place it where the light is best instead of disregarding that important point.

Of course, Gilda makes a good point--hey, we're camping! I also just brush quick, put it in a bun, and go. Nice to have a look-see, though, once in a while.
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Old 01-28-2016, 08:56 AM   #19
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Mirror?! We're camping, I don't look at myself! A quick comb and I'm ready to go! ....
Eggs Actly! Except that you do need a decent wall mounted or hand mirror to check for ticks. Or a very intimate partner (them darn ticks get in the worst places).

I'm still looking for an ultralight mirror with decent reflection for the bathroom door.
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Eggs Actly! Except that you do need a decent wall mounted or hand mirror to check for ticks. Or a very intimate partner (them darn ticks get in the worst places).

I'm still looking for an ultralight mirror with decent reflection for the bathroom door.
I know this thread is almost two years old, BUT, I picked up a REALLY light, 16 inch round mirror at Joann's Fabric store yesterday. With coupon, it was $3.99. Normally about $7. They have various other sizes as well, and I also saw the same type of thing, although a bit heavier, at Micheals Craft Store the day before. They are with the craft supplies. Just thought I'd share in case someone else is looking. I plan to attach with command strips.
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"what i see as potential problems where i am concerned."
Why not hold off until you get your trailer before looking for potential problems.

Not positive as we got our Casita used but I think they come with a full length mirror on the outside of the bathroom door.
It also makes the trailer seem larger.
For shaving I have one I hang over the kitchen sink when I shave and when finished I put it away.
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