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Wipe Your Feet

Wipe Your Feet

Wipe Your Feet Photos by author Wet weather makes it easy to track water and dirt from paws and people into the RV. Microfiber towels are great for drying your dog and even work as a temporary inside door mat. Traveling with dogs in wet weather — especially where the...
Cap It Off

Cap It Off

Cap It Off Photos by author and Bill Gehr Removing and losing valve caps is a common ritual among RV owners. If you have internal tire pressure monitoring system sensors or simply don’t run one of these devices, Gator Caps really come in handy. Checking tire pressure...
Cooktop Conniptions

Cooktop Conniptions

Cooktop Conniptions Photos by the author Cleaning up a burner pan that’s been soiled from boiled over food, grease splatters and plain ‘ol chef sloppiness is much easier when the surface is lined with a silicone barbecue-grill mat. I’m not crazy about housework, but...
Spray Away

Spray Away

Spray Away Photos by the author The Turbo Jet Pressure Washer is a simple tool that pressurizes water though a garden hose and makes cleaning vehicles and patios less of a chore. Years ago, I discovered a gadget at an RV show that claimed to turn an ordinary water...
Eye Spy

Eye Spy

Eye Spy Photos by the author Diagnosing issues in tight, dark places where hands, arms and eyes simply can’t “reach” usually requires creative measures, which most times don’t work. An endoscope — or borescope to many mechanics—makes it possible to view previously...
Can Do

Can Do

Can Do Photos by the author Keeping soda and beer cans from marring an RV refrigerator’s interior walls can be an exercise in futility. Beyond the problem with ugly gray marks on the white walls is dealing with adequate places to store these cans — and finding them...