Time to Hit the Road

LCD-Cliock

October 1, 2013

  An atomic digital wall clock is a fantastic item for RVers. It comes in many different sizes and always has the correct information when I need the time, date and indoor temperature.Arlene Chiarolanzio | Florham Park, N.J.

Hose Extender

Wiper-solution

October 1, 2013

  The exterior windshield washer hose on our motorhome 
developed a leak that prevented the washer fluid from 
reaching the windshield. There is usually enough play or 
excess hose to cut out the leaking section, however, finding an insert to connect the line and/or insert a portion into the... Read more »

Wiper Wrap

Wiper-protectors

September 4, 2013

  Windshield wiper blades can be quite expensive to replace. I discovered a cheap way to provide UV protection. I bought 3/8- to 1/2-inch foam pipe insulation, cut it in half and wrapped it around the blades. Now I have protection for the wipers and it cost me less than $2. Ron McNevin | Centerville,... Read more »

Cargo Caddy

Caddy-on-door

September 4, 2013

  Here’s a way to keep everything that might be needed in the utility bay area handy and organized. It will work for motorhomes with side-hinged doors. I mounted a shower caddy on the door using a couple of sheet metal screws. It conveniently holds sanitizer, degreaser, bleach cleaner, pipe pliers,... Read more »

Pantry Shelf Help

sliding-shelf

August 6, 2013

I own a 2008 Winnebago View H model that has a long, narrow and cavernous three-shelf pantry beside the refrigerator. Pulling a can of chili out was like sticking my hand into a rattlesnake hole! But I solved this problem by building 7-by-20-inch slide-out shelves and attaching them to the existing shelves.... Read more »

organize it

bullet-board

August 6, 2013

I glued corkboard to the inside of the 
pantry door in my motorhome. It was an 
easy way to store important papers like the phone number of where we were staying. 
Most importantly it cuts down on clutter.Kelli Sheppard | Conway, Ark.

Tricky Towel Bar

Towel-Rack

July 15, 2013

Our motorhome came with a bar right below the gas stovetop that we used as a towel bar. It was a nuisance to hold the towels up to access the drawers below. I had some small 3/4-inch oak boards and decided to make a towel rack that would mount on our refrigerator’s wood door.I drew the pattern onto... Read more »

Short Queen Beds

QuickTips Filler Image

April 1, 2013

With otherwise excellent RV equipment, there are still frequent complaints by tall people about short queen beds (60 by 75 inches). As a 6-foot 1-inch person who likes to sleep flat on his back, I found the 75-inch bed caused foot cramps and toe pressure problems. My wife and I teamed up for an easy... Read more »

Wall Hook Keyholder Help

Wall hook keyholder

March 29, 2013

I screwed various hooks into my motorhome’s walls in order to hold things such as keys, a small flashlight, a calendar, sunglasses, fuel discount cards, etc., but the hooks would work themselves loose in no time. I found that the thin plywood wall panels do not have enough material to hold the threads... Read more »

Stove Cover Adds Counter Space

Stove Cover Adds Space

March 27, 2013

I used some leftover laminate flooring to make a stove cover in my motorhome. It makes for excellent storage space when the stovetop is not being used. It also works well because the foam underneath serves as a noise buffer for rattling stove grids. The flooring is very durable, so I’m not concerned... Read more »

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