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RV Daily Tips. Thursday, February 11, 2021

Issue 1534 Welcome to another edition of RV Travel’s Daily Tips newsletter. Here you’ll find helpful RV-related and living tips from the pros, travel advice,...

An easy, quick way to fill your RV’s toilet bowl

By Nanci Dixon This tip seemed so simple I hesitated to write about it, but since it has saved us a lot of work and...

RV Daily Tips. Friday, October 16, 2020

This newsletter is for intelligent, open-minded RVers. If you comment on an article, do it with respect for others. If not, you will be denied...

Deep-clean the black tank to prevent nasty outhouse smell

By Nanci Dixon When the winds of time blow in the wrong direction and the bathroom vent just doesn’t seem to siphon all the scent...

Does your RV bathroom need an assist device?

By Jim Twamley Many RVers need a little assistance in the bathroom, like conveniently placed grab bars which are available at hardware stores. These are the...
RV Doctor

How not to clean a plastic RV toilet

RV Doctor Dear Gary, You have helped me several times in the past and now I have a minor problem. The toilet brush we have...

Possible fixes for hard-to-reach toilet leak

Dear Gary, I have an older Tioga motorhome. The hoses connecting to the toilet are leaking. I cannot reach the connections because of the tight...

Plumbing inspection not high on RVers’ lists

By Russ and Tiña De Maris If you're old enough to remember The Hardy Boys or Nancy Drew mysteries, perhaps you'll recall "The Mystery of...

Update on keeping black tank smells out of your RV

In last week's Quick Tips, we included a tip from a reader about keeping black water smells from getting back into the RV by...

How to improve a ‘crappy’ situation

  By Caitlyn Kazanecki Public restrooms: a traveler's worst nightmare. Whether it be at a campground, visiting a national/state park or a quick stop at...

Dometic introduces first pedal-operated macerator RV toilet

  By Bob Difley The MasterFlush 7640 RV toilet is the first pedal-operated macerating toilet in the recreation vehicle industry. Fitting in the same space as older...

Do you use additives in your RV’s toilet tank?

  Do you add chemicals or other additives to your RV's black water (sewer) tank? Some RVers believe they are necessary, while others, including some...