Do you know what is the most hated maintenance chore in an RV is? If you’ve answered flushing and cleaning the RV black tank, you’ve guessed right! RV black tank maintenance is a nasty job but someone’s got to do it. Is it going to be you? Do you even know how to even empty and flush your tanks? Let’s show you how along with some great RV black tank maintenance tips. Continue reading “RV Black Tank Cleaning and Maintenance Tips”
Do you know what an RV’s biggest enemy is? The answer is WATER! This is precisely why you should never pressure wash your RV motorhome, camper or travel trailer. Simply because of the high-pressure of the water will damage your RV’s exterior surfaces and components. Also, a pressure washer, if used incorrectly, can also cause personal injury.
The biggest downfall to RV boondocking is having to tear down camp to go empty our motorhome’s or camper’s sewage holding tanks. But what if we told you that we’ve figured out how to empty our RV black tank without even moving our fifth wheel? See how we do it without losing our boondocking site!
Florida and Texas are two favorite RV destinations for snowbirds to enjoy the warm sunshine and beautiful ocean and gulf shores also known as Salt Life. However, that same coastal salt air and sun will do more than give you a bad sunburn. It also wreaks havoc on your RV if you don’t take take preventative measures to protect your investment.
If you don’t take care of the tires on your motorhome, fifth wheel or trailer tires, it could lead you right down the path of destruction. So, we’ve put together a valuable RV tire safety and maintenance tips and RV tire accessories guide to help minimize or even eliminate potential of tire blowouts and vehicle accidents.
Since most campgrounds and RV parks don’t allow RV washing, we became enamored with Wash Wax ALL; a waterless exterior cleaner for RVs, boats, aircraft, automobiles and motorcycles. Since downsizing to our tiny Winnebago View Class C motorhome, we had to downsize our gallon jug size of the Wash Wax ALL. We found our solution!
RV air conditioners can fail in the most inopportune times if you don’t take care of it. We will walk you through from the moment you get up the nerve to get on the roof to making sure your motorhome or towable RV air conditioner stays in top notch working condition and stays efficient in cooling the inside of your RV or camper.
It’s time to dewinterize your RV and get your camper ready! Because spring has sprung and camping season has begun! But, if you’ve never dewinterized your motorhome, fifth wheel or travel trailer, here’s our step-by-step guide to help get your RV back on the road so you can get camping!
RV owners should periodically clean and sanitize your RV fresh water tank. If you don’t, there’s chance that you and your family will get sick from mold and bacteria growing inside the tank. We’ll show you the correct and safe water tank cleaning process to ensure your RV’s potable water is safe.