If you own an RV or boat, you know that hanging picture frames, hooks, home decor items and organization containers can be a challenge. However, we’ve learned that Command Strip products are an RV or boat owners friend! You don’t need tools to install them and they don’t put holes in your walls or doors.
Before setting out for the open road, you’ll need to outfit your motor coach with the best motorhome dash accessories and cockpit gear you can find. From RV GPS and dash cams to dashboard steering wheel workstation desks, you’ll be stylin’ and ready to roll to your next RV destination.
RVs and boats are small to begin with, so there’s really no need to drag a big honkin’ vacuum cleaner around two do small cleaning jobs. This is where handheld vacuum cleaners are best
If you have an RV or camper van, a portable handheld vacuum cleaner is really all you need to clean your small interior spaces. And these handheld vacuum cleaners are so adorably compact. Not only do they get the job done, these little dirt suckers are super convenient to store in small compartments in your RV, boat or the trunk of your car.
RV bunk beds are cool for those with large families. However, there’s one big, unsafe design flaw that comes with them. The bunk ladders are painful to climb up to the top bunk. But, with a little creativity and bunk bed ladder padding, you can make your RV bunk bed ladders safer and more comfortable on your children’s feet.
Many nomadic families are opting for RV toy haulers because the garage can easily convert to a kid’s bedroom. However, unless you have the tools, availability of building supplies and a place to make your own custom bunk beds you will need to look elsewhere. Also making your own sounds easier that it is. So, appreciating supply issues and time restraints, we’ve put together a collection of fun bunk bed ideas for RVs that you can adapt to your toy hauler garage instead of building your own.
RV closets are tiny. And, they certainly aren’t very efficient when it comes to keeping your RV closet neat and tidy. But moreso, staying organized in an RV can be a challenge; especially during transit on those bumpy roads. So, to keep your clothes from falling all over the place and making a big heaping mess, you need to get RV closet organizers with efficient storage solutions.
Have you’ve ever driven or pulled your RV down a rough road only to have that jar of salsa explode at your feet after opening your refrigerator? Or, food getting stuffed all the way in the back only to find it weeks later looking and smelling like death? If only you had the right RV refrigerator food storage organizers and containers, you wouldn’t end up with costly food waste and spillage!
The most hated chore in an RV is cleaning the glass shower doors and shower stalls. Oftentimes, they have caked on soap scum and water spots that kill the aesthetics of the shower. So, we asked numerous RVers what they use and how they clean their showers and those glass shower doors.
The full-time RV lifestyle presents quite a few unique storage challenges due to incredibly small spaces. But, should we have to sacrifice our pretty things such as earrings, bracelets and necklaces just because we live in RVs? Not if you know how to properly store them! We’ve found some great jewelry organizers for RVs that will also work in tiny homes, apartments and even dorms!