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Carry the right hose kit for your RV lifestyle

By Greg Illes When we take our RVs out into the world, inevitably the day ends and we have to park. After all, there's Happy...

Where to dump your RV holding tanks

An essential chore for RVers is dumping their holding tanks. It sounds unpleasant, but if done right it's quick, easy and not messy. The...

How to use your RV toilet in cold weather

By Chris Dougherty Certified RV Technician   Some people prefer not to use the plumbing system during the winter for fear of doing something wrong and risking...

Male chauvinist husband won’t let wife dump septic

Dear RV Shrink: My husband is a bit of a Male Chauvinist Pig. I want to be the total RV woman and he won’t...

Where do you go, when you gotta go?

By Russ and Tiña De Maris   When we take on the RV lifestyle, we also put on some new "hats" for the roles we assume....

Recycling gray water

By Jim Twamley I have no problem recycling RV gray water onto grass, shrubs and trees. Plants will thrive on RV gray water if you...

Keep your gray valve open — but the stink away!

By Dave Helgeson You have settled into a full-hookup campsite, hooked up the water, plugged in the power and connected the sewer hose between the...

Traffic jams at the RV dump station

By Jim Twamley RVers who frequent Army Corps of Engineers campgrounds, state campgrounds, RV rallies or high-traffic tourist destinations on a weekend may occasionally find...

Never lose that bumper hose cap again

By Mel Goddard There are so few places to store your RV sewer hose. You can put it in the basement storage area — if...

Holding tank chemicals — choose carefully

By Greg Illes Absolutely nobody can tolerate a stinky holding tank. This newsletter and the forums are full of advice on how to eliminate odors,...

Coffee-can your sewer odor away

By Russ and Tiña De Maris If your RV is connected to a sewer drain most of the time, you probably keep your gray water...