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Saltwater Canvas and Summer Travel!

Hey Neighbors!

I hope you all are having a wonderful summer.  We have been on the road so much I feel like home is an unusual place to be in.  This weekend we head out again, but this time it is to celebrate our 33rd Anniversary!  We get to leave Saturday and won't be back until Wednesday. Before we head out again,  I do have a really great product to share with you that is perfect for all kinds of travel.  Have you heard of Saltwater Canvas?  These bags can be taken anywhere, from camping trips, beach vacations, Disney, or to visit family and friends.

For this review we received the Saltwater Canvas Shower Bag.  This makes a great gift for college students too!  Wonderful for keeping all your personal shower products in one place while living in a dorm room.  I personally like these bags for our hotel trips.  I can place all my bathroom needs in one convenient tote and then leave it right in the shower until we leave.  The canvas bag drains nicely and usually by the time we are ready to leave almost everything has dried out and is ready to go.

The Canvas Shower Bag comes in two sizes:
9" tall, 6.25" diameter - small (shown on right) holds 5 bottles inside
10" tall, 7" diameter - large holds 6 bottles inside, with larger outer pockets
I am telling you this would be the bag to take to the gym too for showering after workouts!  It is available in several different colors and they have one design that also has a zipper for the largest section of the bag.  These bags are extremely sturdy and well made.  We also own a Whale Bag that we use for just about everything.  It is super large and roomy!  My daughter totes packages back and forth from the post office, we load it with sporting goods when we go to the park, and anything else we can think of.  We have owned our Whale bag for over a year and it still looks new.

The small shower bags, not really small, are normally $19.97, but are on sale right now for $16.97.  The small bag with the zipper is $22.97 with a sale price of $19.97.  Larger shower bags are presently on sale for: $19.97 with the zip top being $21.97.

This is an item you might look at and ask yourself why you would need one of these bags, but believe me, after owning one, I am not sure what we did before we got them.  My daughters love the shower bags too!

Be sure to check out all the products Saltwater Canvas has to offer and then take a moment to follow them on their social media.
Twitter - HERE
Facebook - HERE

Thanks for stopping by!  See you soon!

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Arf2-D2 said…
What a cool bag. Its nice to hear that it does actually dry out too. I would have thought the bottom would stay wet (or at least damp).
Austin Baroudi said…
I like how many bottles it can hold!
I like that the bag drains nicely.
Ronda said…
I like all the storage and that it drains out and drys.
andrea v said…
I love the fact you can take it right ino the shower with all of my supples and it will drain. Great for vacations.
Arf2-D2 said…
I like that there are pockets so that things can be organized a bit.
Linda K. said…
I like the draining feature. That's pretty cool.
Unknown said…
I like the pockets I have to have pockets in anything I have

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