Your RV is on FIRE!! Do you know what to do? Do you know how to put out a fire in your RV? Do you have an escape plan in place? Do you know what the different causes are so you know how to prevent a fire in your RV? Do you even have any RV fire safety and fire prevention practices in place? If not, this is one of the most important RV articles you will read!
One of the biggest complaints from RV owners who put their campers into storage is what they’re going to come back to; pest infestations! You know, BUGS, SPIDERS, MICE and SNAKES!? But, with a little bit of guidance, we’ll show how you can prevent insects, spiders and rodents from even entering your motorhome or camper. We’ll also show you what to do should they make it past the front door as well.
Doesn’t it seem like more people are going on road trips these days? However, more people on the road means more accidents. Some of which are caused by fatigue and health issues that may contribute. Regardless of what you drive, by following these safe RV driving tips, you can minimize collisions and stress on the road.
Let’s just admit, camping in the dirt, sand and mud sucks if you’re the one who’s constantly sweeping and cleaning the inside of your RV. But, you can mitigate that chore simply by installing RV step covers on your motorhome or camper entry steps. They help to minimize dirt and debris from being tracked in. But did you know there are other important reasons why you need step rugs?
Your RV is a big investment so it’s important to take good care of it so it will give you many years of camping enjoyment. But, regardless if your RV, motorhome or trailer is 5 or 50, all it takes is a little TLC to restore your camper close to to its’ original beauty. These easy DIY camper restoration projects won’t put a hole in your wallet but will lengthen the life of your trailer or motorhome.
There’s no rule saying you have to settle for the dark and dingy interior of your RV! Regardless if your RV is a big rig motorhome or a small travel trailer, brand new or 50 years old, you can paint your RV to lighten, brighten and personalize it with these easy-to-follow painting tips. Once this part of your RV remodeling project is complete, your motorhome or camper will be brighter, look and feel more like home!
Since the day we started the full-time RV lifestyle, one of our most asked questions is how we keep our cats from scratching furniture in our RV. Trust me, it’s not easy simply because it’s a cat’s natural instinct to use their claws for everything; from grabbing food, snagging their prey, climbing, and self soothing. But, there are useful ways to help prevent them from clawing up your RV furniture without harming them.
Does your cooler smell like something died in it? And, what is that black mold growing in it anyway? Does your ice chest make you turn up your nose at those awful odors permeating from your last camping trip? If you think that regular dishwashing soap will get rid of that nasty stench and what’s causing those pungent odors in your cooler, think again!
Bug sprays are essential to enjoying the outdoors; especially where there’s a high mosquito population. But, have you ever wondered what’s actually in those bug sprays and insect repellents that keep mosquitos, flies, fleas and ticks from harming us by transmitting deadly diseases? And, are you concerned about how those insect repellent ingredients can affect your health after exposure as well as the environment? We’ll answer all those questions right here.
Since RVs and campers are smaller than the average home, it takes no time for the garbage can to fill up with trash. And then, they have to worry about how or where we’re going to dispose of it. So, we’ve put together some creative ways on how to minimize your trash output and helping to save our planet.