Thursday, July 16, 2020
Home Maintenance & Repair

Maintenance & Repair

Simple shade cuts temperature inside your RV

By Jim Twamley One of the easiest ways to stay cool in your RV is to extend your awning. Reflecting the sun away and shading...

Will Irish Spring soap repel rodents from your RV?

RVers employ a variety of methods to keep mice and other rodents away from their RVs. They may claim that because they put Bounce...

Are you managing your RV tanks? Part 2

By Jim Twamley Properly managing your RV’s tanks can make your life much happier. Last week we talked about fresh water and black water tanks....
maintenance and repair

Choose and safely use the proper ladder for RV care

By Greg Illes Most every RV has some kind of built-in ladder to get up on top and inspect or maintain the rig. So why...
maintenance and repair

Stay safe on your RV roof

Courtesy Dicor Corporation Getting to your RV roof The first rule of anything you do with an RV roof, even if to just check it out...

RV Education 101: RV gray water tank maintenance tip 

By Mark Polk RV EDUCATION 101® We always talk about black water holding tank maintenance, but seldom mention the gray water holding tank. The gray water...
RV Tire Safety

RV Tire Safety: What valve stem to use with a TPMS – Part 2

with RV tire expert Roger Marble As a follow-up to last week's post of why I recommend people NOT use rubber valve stems with their...

Are you managing your RV tanks? Part 1

By Jim Twamley I’d like to address an important issue – tank management. Most RV’s have several tanks: fresh water, gray water, black water, hot...

How sewer backflow can get into your fresh water system

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Dear Go-Go Gurus: My husband is a neat-freak. He can't stand to think about the stuff that lives in our...

How to keep your RV’s fresh water tank fresh

By Mark Polk, RV Education 101 Do not assume your RV's fresh water will stay safe and fresh like at home. Contaminated water is extremely...
RV Tire Safety

RV Tire Safety: What valve stem to use with a TPMS – Part 1

with RV tire expert Roger Marble Here's my opinion on the ongoing discussion regarding what valve stem to use with an external tire pressure monitoring...
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How comfortable are you at performing minor repairs on your RV?

A while ago we asked if you considered yourself handy and 47 percent of you said you're either extremely handy or very handy. Only...

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