We use campground showers when they are available, use the wet bath when they are not.
Liking to be clean and to smell nice,
, a quick wash and rinse is a must for me. I am also one of those unfortunate people who sweat
in warm and humid weather. When I can, I wash my hair outside with the outside shower or a solar shower.
The wet bath is a bit of a pain, but certainly better than nothing. We are grateful for it every time we use it.
We keep a hand towel just for wiping things down post-showers, and it does the job.
I wipe the entire interior down with pine sol in water at least once a week, which removes soap residue and water spots. It takes a couple of minutes, and is something you would do with a bathroom, regardless. A good time to do this is just as you are getting ready to dump your tanks.
If you are going to travel and live small, there are some concessions you make in exchange for all the advantages of space-economy.
It is all about attitude, folks.
Try having a positive one, looking at the upside, being grateful and going with the flow.
It is a truly delightful way to travel, but you can't have everything.
Happiness is wanting what you have, not having what you want.