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Tips to Make Your RV Air Conditioner Run More Efficiently | RVRC
As we approach the dog days of summer, we find ourselves “recreating” in some extreme temperatures and high humidity conditions. In our homes we can maintain a comfortable temperature just by setting the thermostat and not worry about it. Every time we walk into the house the temperature is the same. Too many new RV owners expect the same performance from their RV roof air conditioner and become frustrated when they step into an uncomfortable rig!
Tubular Storage | Popular Woodworking Magazine
Here’s my solution for storing skinny things like wood trim and edge banding. I bought a 12-in.-dia. by 8-ft.-long cardboard concrete form at a home center for about $14. I slid plywood dividers into the tube and added a few screws to hold the dividers in place. I hung it from the ceiling in my basement with plumber’s strap. Get plumber’s strap at a home center …
Clearing Out Your RV’s Black Water Tank with a Flush Wand | RVRC
When you’re out on the road for an extensive period of time, routine cleaning becomes highly important for maintaining a comfortable living environment. One of the parts of your RV that’s most essential to keep clean is the bathroom, and specifically the toilet and black water tank connected to it.
Can I Use Flex Seal on My RV Roof?
This is the perfect article for a DIY roof repair for your RV or Camper Trailer. Learn the many uses of Flex Seal Products or Sprays for sealing a leaky camper roof or windows! #rvblogger #rvmaintenance #rvrepair #rvroof #rvtips #campertips #campermaintenance #flexseal
What Is Your Optimal RV Tire Pressure? | RV Repair Club
We get asked quite often by Repair Club members how to find the ideal tire pressure for their vehicle. It seems pretty intuitive; just look on the tire sidewall, right? In theory, yes. But in practice, not so much. In this free video lesson, RV repair expert Dave Solberg teaches you the best way to find out what RV tire pressure your vehicle needs for optimal performance and tire lifespan.
RV Roof Maintenance First Steps
Whether your RV is your year round home or you use it as a vacation cabin, you’re still going to get wear and tear on the structure. Heat and cold cause materials to expand and contract, and all sorts of weather combine to wear away at the outer surfaces. One of the most important parts of the RV to keep in top shape is the roof.
$13.99-$14.99 Show off your style, as well as your love of wine, with this wonderful and functional wine bottle rack. It mounts horizontally on the wall to make the most of your space, while dressing up your decor. Perfect for the kitchen, dining room, bar, or even the living room- anywhere you would like to add a touch of modern elegance and need a bit of space.