Out of Sight

add-a-drawer

December 23, 2013

We needed extra storage drawers in our motorhome, so I utilized the space under the sink in the galley. I removed the top shelf from the cabinet, mounted the drawers to the shelf and then reinstalled the shelf. The drawers are out of sight and it’s a great place to store small items. I also added two... Read more »

Hose Holder

hose-holder3-mod

November 29, 2013

At my house, the spigot I use to fill my fresh-water tank is about 40 feet from the RV. It used to be that, when I turned on the spigot, the water pressure blew the filler nozzle out of the horizontal inlet. I grew tired of walking back and forth and replacing it several times before the tank was full.... Read more »

Bottle Bungee

bottle-bungee-mod

November 29, 2013

The wire retainer for the lower door shelf on my Norcold refrigerator was insufficient to keep bottles and containers from falling off the shelf while traveling or opening the door. To solve the problem, I used a length of 1-inch-wide braided elastic with loops sewn in the ends. The loops slip over the... Read more »

CURBSIDE CONVENIENCE

tirehoseholder

October 30, 2013

  To make it more convenient to spray things off, I ran a hose from the street-side utility bay. A Y-fitting with valves was used to split the incoming water supply, and then the hose was routed across the basement to the curbside. I placed a hook near the curbside storage door so that the hose... Read more »

WATER HOSE HELPER

water-hose-insertion

October 30, 2013

  Many smaller motor-homes have a water-tank filler inlet that is separate from the 
city water connection. Filling the tank often requires patience while holding the hose in place and adjusting the water flow to prevent the water from backing up. I bought a length of ½-inch clear plastic tubing... Read more »

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 »

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