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Quick Carpet Cleanup

Quick Carpet Cleanup

Quick Carpet Cleanup Keeping your RV’s woven fabric flooring is as simple as applying the right products and techniques While the RV industry is rapidly moving away from carpet to more easily cleaned flooring products such as linoleum and tile throughout many...
Blowing a Gasket

Blowing a Gasket

Blowing a Gasket Once the refrigerator door seal on the magnetic gasket gives way, a common solution is to buy a new door — which is expensive and not very convenient. Creative use of 3M silicone sealing tape can solve the problem without doling out a pile of cash....
Hang ‘em High

Hang ‘em High

Hang ‘em High Photos by Lori Swaffer Finding a place to hang wet clothes and towels if you don’t have a dryer — or they shouldn’t be dried — can be tough. Using a shower curtain rod eliminated the problem and the eyesore. Hanging towels in the bathroom is personal,...
Plugging Into Pedestals

Plugging Into Pedestals

Plugging Into Pedestals Demystifying 30- and 50-amp hookups from shore power Getting outdoors and “roughing it” in an RV means different things to different people. For those who just want to leave their hectic lifestyle for a few days and find the nearest campground...
No Nasty Surprises

No Nasty Surprises

No Nasty Surprises Adding an extra dump valve body can end messy sewer connections Dumping the holding tanks can sometimes present unpleasant surprises, like getting a handful of contents when the cap is removed to attach the sewer hose. In a perfect world, the slides...
Moving Air

Moving Air

Moving Air Most RVers rely on an air-conditioner to control inside temperature, but when power is not available, an Endless Breeze fan can save the day. And it also helps circulate cool air in conjunction with the air-conditioner. When ambient temperature soars, the...