Useful Bandanas When Camping

Pack a few with your camping gear, bandanas can be used for napkins. They also come in handy to wash dishes or to wrap a cut or a sprain (temporarily).


By Karen H. from Pawtucket, RI

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May 21, 20120 found this helpful

Growing up in Girl Scouts (a million years ago :)) we called bandanas 104's because there were supposed to be 104 uses for a bandana.

Just off the top of my head: pony tail holder, hair scarf, potholder, placemat, tie the corners together for a collecting bag, skirt for little girls if you tie two together, washcloth, face towel, strainer for pasta if you have two adults hold the four corners over another bucket or pot and a third to slowly pour the pasta into the bandana, flag for marking your campsite, warning flags for clotheslines or tent guy lines, handkerchief, sun shade behind a ball cap...


You get the idea.

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