The best way to keep your RV looking good and prevent roof leaks is to keep it covered. Large RV covers can be very frustrating to work with though. So I've put together these tips that will make it easier to put the cover on, take it off and store it.
Nobody wants to see your nasty sewer hose right? I've come up with a secret hiding place to store your ugly sewer hose. You won't see it and it won't take up valuable space in your storage bin. You'll like this project idea...I promise.
I successfully completed an RV delamination repair job on my 11 year old RV. Here are 10 tips and tricks I learned that may help you with your delamination repair. I spent around $200 for materials. The repair took roughly one week.
The lack of power receptacles is often a complaint we hear from RV owners. Here are some tips for installing USB and additional AC outlets where you need them in your RV. I'll be you know exactly where you could use some.
You should not have to pay a lot of money to fix the seal on your RV toilet. I’ll show you step-by-step how to do your own RV toilet seal replacement for under $15. Once your RV toilet seal leaks it’s simply a matter of time before you’ll have to replace it. Replacing the seal is easier than you think.
Build a lightweight portable solar panel stand for a flexible solar panel that can be easily mounted to your RV window. Using an MPPT solar charge controller with bluetooth monitoring, this setup is great to add more solar to your RV or use it as your primary solar charging system.
It has taken my wife many years to get on board with the idea of boondocking in remote areas without electric hookups. Now we both enjoy the freedom and independence of camping almost anywhere, but it didn't happen overnight. Here is the story of how we got there.