Bill Gehr, Author at RV Enthusiast Magazine
Blowing in the Wind

Blowing in the Wind

Blowing in the Wind Photos by Lori Swaffer Struggling to put on a car cover can be frustrating or funny, depending on your sense of humor. These lightweight covers love to billow in the wind — almost creating a new track-and-field event during installation — but using...
Worry-Free Freshwater Sanitation

Worry-Free Freshwater Sanitation

Worry-Free Freshwater Sanitation Rather than subscribing to the old method of using a mixture of bleach and water to neutralize bacteria and slime that contaminate the RV freshwater system, treating with Purogene, a solution that’s been around for more than 50 years...
Sealing Up the Cracks

Sealing Up the Cracks

Sealing Up the Cracks Inspect the roof at least once a year. For some reason, the sealant around the skylight has a propensity to crack prematurely. An annual inspection of the roof will undoubtedly reveal a few areas where the old sealant has become damaged or...
Galley Stink Bomb

Galley Stink Bomb

Galley Stink Bomb When the check vent connected to the P-trap under the sink fails, plan on holding your nose. Replacement is easy, and the use of a Studor Redi-Vent will keep noxious odors at bay for a longer period of time. When a friend called to tell me that,...