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Thursday, October 12, 2017

Everything Needed to Make an RV Outrageously Comfortable

There are some accessories and supplies that are an absolute necessity in an RV. Without these essentials life on the road, especially with family members in tow, would probably be unbearable. Then there are the motorhome accessories that simply up the ante. These are the accessories and cool devices that make your RV more than livable; it becomes downright comfortable.

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

The 8 Supplies You Need in Case of an RV Emergency

Road trips in your RV or camper can take you to some incredible destinations. From the Pacific Northwest to the beaches of Florida, you can see it all from a mobile home. While taking on the open road, you can also take in some of the most remote vistas of North America. Adventuring to remote destinations offers a glimpse of rural areas that many other people don’t have.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Common Camper Problems and Ways to Avoid a Serious Issue on Your Trip

Sooner or later every RV owner encounters some type of motorhome malady. For some this is a minor incident that is quickly fixed and forgotten, but for others a single problem can quickly lead to a significant inconvenience. While it isn’t enjoyable to be the bearer of bad news, some camper parts fail more than others and can give motorhome owners more trouble out on the road. To help remedy any common problems you might encounter, you can find tips on how to avoid these broken parts or make a repair by reading below!

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Key RV Accessories That Can Improve Your Life on the Open Road

Road trips are a classic American experience that many families hope to undertake someday.  Whether you dream of driving the winding roads of Yosemite National Park or crossing through the wide expanses of the Painted Desert, road trips involve a lot of downtime together.  Even the most patient and cooperative family can come under the effects of cabin fever if the challenges of the road build up.  The good news, though, is that a few key RV accessories can help stave off cabin fever and make things genuinely pleasurable while on the road.  This article is devoted to highlighting just which accessories are likely to improve your life, save you headaches, and make you even more excited to hit the road and see all the wonders America has to offer!

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Keep Your Camper Cleaner With This RV Secret

There is nothing better than taking your RV or camper on a big adventure. Couples and families choose every year to drive to their favorite local destination and camp out, while others head off across the entire country (sometimes even venturing into Canada or Mexico). While all of this driving is the reason behind buying your RV in the first place, it sure gets dusty and dirty along the way.
As well, the spacious interior of your camper can start to feel small and crowded in those hours between a day’s driving and bedtime. Often, your family members or pets spent most of the day relaxing in the back of the RV, perhaps playing some games and getting out for rest stops, but once you park for the evening, it is time to stretch your legs and spend a bit of time outside. It can be difficult to find a clean, safe space to do this when you are living out of your RV.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

5 Fantastic Ways to Keep Odors at Bay in your RV

Have you ever gone RV'ing and encountered unpleasant odors lurking in your home on wheels? Perhaps the nose wrinkling odors sprung up after cooking a fish dinner or maybe forgetting to take out the garbage from the last trip which was several weeks ago. It could even be originating from an unruly black tank or a load of dirty clothes the kids hid under the sleeper sofa. Either way, there are fantastic products available that can help you get rid of the stink in a jiffy. Here’s a look at five RV Accessories that are our absolute favorites:
#1: Maxxair Maxxfan Deluxe Ventilator
Looking for an interior ventilation system that is powerful, versatile, durable and easy to operate? Then Maxxair Maxxfan Deluxe Ventilator may just be the ideal for your situation. It features a 10 speed fan that’s capable of circulating 900+ cubic feet of air per minute. As far as versatility goes, it can be used as an exhaust, intake or ceiling fan. We also happen to love the flush mounted keypad, removable insect screen and warranties that come along with it.
#2: Camco Cyclone RV Sewer Vent
If the stink is coming from your campers holding tank, Camco’s Cyclone RV Sewer Vent would a wise investment too make. What we like about the vent is that it is simple to install and requires no electricity. It operates on wind power instead. So it will remain an efficient and effective method of odor control no matter where you decide to park your RV.
For extra added odor protection, you may want to think about pairing the Cyclone RV Sewer Vent with Kronen Premium Holding Tank Treatment.  After trying so many different brands of black tank chemicals we have found Kronen's to be the most effective in eliminating odors and dissolving solids.  It utilizes a potent combination of nature's naturally occurring micro-organisms, that are engineered to break down and liquefy organic materials leaving you with a completely odorless liquid.

#3: Air Conditioner Filters
Replacing your RV’s air conditioner filters often can also aid in keeping odors generated by the presence of mildew, mold and dirt at a minimum. Allergy4 makes several great, anti-microbial filters that would be ideal for use with an RV system. Among them are products designed to be used with the Duo-Therm Brisk Air/Quick Cool and Coleman Mach Series air conditioners.
#4: Odor Eliminating Sprays/Canisters
Odor eliminating sprays and canisters are another set of products beloved by our RV parts supplier pros. Each one is designed to abolish scents from the air as well as fabrics. This includes odors generated by pets, cooking activities, holding tanks, clogged drains and garbage cans.

There are also products like the Fridge It Odor Eliminator and Camco RV Stainless Steel Trash Can that may help too. The eliminator gets placed inside of the refrigerator to prevent the transfer of food odors and gases. The trash can, on the other hand, features a secure lid and a removable insert that will help to keep garbage odors from wafting throughout the RV.
#5: HEPA RV Vacuum Bags
Last but not least, HEPA vacuum bags are worth investing in for your Dirt Devil CV1500 RV vacuum. Some disposable HEPA vacuum bags, like those made by Dirt Devil, can help remove smoke related particles that contribute towards odors. These replacement vacuum bags capture 99.97% of all particles .3 microns and smaller including common allergens and mold.
While our top 5 may cover some of the basic ways to eliminate odors in your RV, if you require help with specific odors check out this article on the 20 Most Common Odors and How to Remove Them Fast.