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How to stay clean at a festival! 
The thing that most people find tough but really isn't is how to keep clean at a festival if your camping. Ok so the thought of not showering for 3 days is not appealing to most but you don't have feel dirty and smelly the whole time your there. 

This simple guide will tell you of the easiest and most common ways to basically stay and feel clean at a festival.

Wet wipes - an essential for any festival go-er as these can clean the whole body whilst leaving soft scented skin. 
Solar showers - found in any camping store a solar shower is a great way of getting warm water. . 
A bucket - don't be fooled a bucket will save your life if you need to wash your hair,  whilst doubling up as a drinks cooler filled with water on a hot day!
Anti bacterial gel - most festival toilets aren't the cleanest and this will keep those germs away a small travel pack size is enough. 
Towel - always take a towel as some sites have shower units (and rivers) and you don't want be drying off with a sweaty t- shirt.
Plenty of socks - guarantee you will need more underwear than u plan for, especially if its a rainy weekend!
Toilet roll - do not go without as there is never enough in festival toilets. 
Deodorant - a shower in a can as it’s known, may not clean you but definitely makes you smell fresh.

Summary :
 So there you have it a few tips on ways to maintain a little bit of hygiene at a festival. Remember it doesn't really matter if your a little bit dirty as everyone else is in the same boat so no one will notice, and it's all part of the experience!

Published on 06 February 2011 by Wayne Feltham

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