Camping season is over and it’s time to winterize your RV or camper before putting it into storage. Regardless if it’s a motorhome, travel trailer, fifth wheel, truck camper or even camper van, proper winterization procedures are necessary for all of your RV’s systems and components. Here’s a great how-to-guide.
One of the nastiest chores an RV owner must do is empty the sewage tanks. And in doing that, a variety of supplies and of course, a place to store them is an order. But, where do you store the stinky slinky. Well, we found a great storage carrier for the sewer hose that is an easy-to-install RV modification!
We’ve figured out how to replenish our water by using our water bladder when we’re boondocking however, we still have one looming stinking issue. We don’t particularly want to pack everything up and give up our great boon docking space just to go empty our black tank and gray tank. So, we came up with a solution on how to get rid of our CRAP.
No matter how long you’ve owned your RV, its inevitable that you’ll run into a chore that is just plain CRAPPY; flushing and cleaning your sewer tanks! We’ve compiled a step-by-step guide of how we properly care for our black and gray tanks (sewage system) that will mitigate costly repairs down the road. Continue reading “RV Maintenance Tip #1 – Tank Cleaning and Maintenance”