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Dry rot fix in a bottle may be just what you need

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Many RVs, particularly older ones, have a fair amount of wood in their structure. And wood, sad to say,...

Save those headlights from road hazards with this easy shield

By Greg Illes As we prepared for our Alaska trip, we read many warnings about damage caused by flying rocks. Having traveled thousands of miles...

Seal out the weather — with putty tape

By Russ and Tiña De Maris If you're an RV do-it-yourselfer, chances are good you've already encountered "putty tape." This sticky material is a regular...

 Refinish those worn-out exterior RV hatches and trim

By doityourselfrv.com Tired of yellowing RV hatches, vents and trim? Consider this method for making the yellow disappear and the pieces look brand-new again! Cost effective,...

Protect your engine and radiator with a grill screen

By Greg Illes We were happily driving along the highway, enjoying the passing scenery, when suddenly a small flock of sparrows crossed our path, darting...

Repair UV damage quickly and easily

By Jim Twamley Look around the RV park and you'll see examples of UV radiation damage. Window frames, vents and corner pieces that have yellowed...

Stay safe on your RV roof

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

Slide-outs operating erratically?

By Steve Savage, Mobility RV Service If you find the slide-outs in your RV start and stop on their own when you hold the switch,...

Clean RV window screens without water

By Jim Twamley To thoroughly clean my RV window screens I remove them and wash them with soap and water. But if they are merely...