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Have (Sili)gun, Will Travel

Have (Sili)gun, Will Travel

Have (Sili)gun, Will Travel Photos by the author Laying down a bead of sealant can be a work of art for some and make a terrible mess for others. You can level the playing field with the use of a Siligun caulking tool — and smooth out the results. Most RV service...
Power Trip

Power Trip

Power Trip Photos by the author After learning that all the galley-area 120-volt AC outlets and microwave in my fifth wheel were tied to a single 15-amp circuit, it was time to pull more power to the area. Adding a new outlet to a separate circuit did the trick — now...
Hooked Up

Hooked Up

Hooked Up Photos by the author Finding places to hang stuff in RV is a never-ending battle. Fortunately, the Internet is awash in specialized hooks that can be placed freely inside and out — and the plethora of mounting options makes the process even easier. Having a...
Don’t Bug Me

Don’t Bug Me

Don’t Bug Me Photos by the author Cleaning insect splatter from the front of a motorhome, trailer and/or tow vehicle seems like a never-ending battle when traveling in buggy areas. Having the right products to remove these eyesores — and the potential for paint damage...
On the Skids

On the Skids

On the Skids Photos by the author Living with slideouts that stick and grind when moving in and out is no fun. Installing Duo Form RV Slide Out Skis smooths out the operation — and curtails any damage. Slideout rooms have evolved tremendously since their inception...
A Sanitary Seal

A Sanitary Seal

A Sanitary Seal Replacing and maintaining the valve seal in a Dometic 310 or 320 RV toilet assures that noxious odors will stay in the holding tank. The process is simple, but you have to get over the “icky” factor. Maintaining an RV toilet is not the most desirable...