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Leaving your RV exposed to the rain and snow during the winter can lead to roof damage and leaks. So what's the best way to protect your RV and prevent leaks during the winter?
Let's be honest, nobody wants to see your nasty sewer hose. Right? So I've come up with a secret hiding place to store your ugly sewer hose. You'll like this project idea, I promise. When complete, you won't see your sewer hose and it won't take up valuable space in your storage bin.
Dumping your black and gray tanks is perhaps the least glamourous task you'll complete as an RV owner. Ninety nine percent of the time, everything goes nice and smooth. Then there's that one percent. Yup, it happens.
Here is the easiest and quickest way I’ve found to remove Eternabond tape. You may think Eternabond tape can’t be removed. That’s not true. I’ve done it several times and this way works the best.
What is Eternabond Tape?
Eternabond tape is a popular after market product used by RV, travel trailer, and camper van owners to repair leaks and seal roof openings, roof seams, window seams and storage compartments. The super sticky material bonds with whatever you stick it to and creates a watertight seal.
Two years ago I noticed the side wall on the back corner of our 11 year old RV starting to bubble up. When I pressed on it the wall panel would move in an out. This was a classic sign of RV delamination.
After months of planning I dedicated a warm summer week of my life to repairing the delamination. The final outcome was better that I expected.
Here is an overview of my DIY solar charging system.
There are no one-size-fits-all RV solar solutions out there. If you are considering adding solar power to your RV, I recommend you learn as much as possible up front. I've found the most effective way to learn is to analyze what others have done. So let me tell you about the solar charging system on my RV and maybe it will help you piece together a system that works for you.