RV Camping is a great experience. It gives you the ability to drive down the road, see the sites, and spend time with the ones you love. Here are a few RV hacks that will make your trip easier.
DIY Travel Cup RV Hack
It never fails, something gets spilled. An easy way to minimize the disaster area is Press ‘n Seal Wrap. It works with most cups and saves many headaches.
Command Hook Curtains
Need a temporary curtain to create separation in your RV, don’t want to drill holes into the frame, or simply want a super-easy way to hang curtains. Use command hooks to hold up your curtain rod!
DIY Tank Cleaner
Toilets are always dreaded to clean, especially RV ones. An easy fix is a cup of Borax detergent and 1/2 cup of Calgon Water Softener. The Borax helps control odor and the water softener prevents waste from sticking to the walls of the waste tank. Be nice to your RV bathroom and keep your tank clean.
Dry Erase Board Use
Dry erase boards come in handy for many uses but they can help with safety concerns as well. Keep one in the RV to write down the name of the campground, address, spot number, phone number of the campground, and any other useful information about the site you may want to be nearby in case of an accident or emergency.
Collapsible Garbage Can
RV’s are low on storage, a large trashcan is difficult to travel with. However, using a collapsible laundry basket makes a perfect impromptu trash can that stores away easily.
Bubble Wrap Insulation
For those chilly winter months a campfire is great but inside your RV is a different story! An easy temporary solution is Bubble Wrap insulation.
Line the Shelves with Non-Slip Liner
Be sure to line all of your shelves with non-slip liner. It will keep your cabinets from becoming a dishware graveyard on those bumpy road trips.
Place a Foam Noodle Over Awning Brace or Slide Corners
An inexpensive easy solution for no more bumped heads as you walk around the RV.
Easy Washing Station
Create an easy washing station, all you need is a bar of soap placed in a leg of pantyhose and tied around a water spigot. It will make cleaning up more convenient and your RV much cleaner.
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Thank You! Dora & Ed, It’s A Good Life RV