Get Your Foot in the Door

  To keep the floors clean, we always remove our shoes when entering our motorhome. That made the entryway a jumble of footwear until I...

Blow Dry

  Are you tired of having to use so much elbow grease to wash and dry your motorhome or dinghy vehicle? A quick tip is...

Chutes and a Ladder

  I own a 40-foot American Eagle motorhome with a storage area that goes all the way across underneath the coach. I bought a folding...

Shower Matters

  After checking out the price of teak shower mats, I decided to make my own, cheap, wooden mat. I bought pressure-treated lumber and decking...

Freshwater Flume

We had a problem in our Class C motorhome with the gravity-fill freshwater tank taking a long time to accept water. The freshwater tank...

Dashboard Dish

We recently purchased a Rand-McNally Good Sam RV GPS. Its sole mount is a large suction cup, inconveniently intended for windows or windshields only....

Whisk Away the Broom

Ever notice how the front steps just inside the door of your motorhome get dirty with little pebbles and whatnot? Mine aren’t anymore. I...

Handy Temperature Control

Our Class A gasser has the heat/air-conditioning control located above the entry door. The thermostat controller is LCD and mounted too high for me...

Start With a Clean Spigot

Water-service contamination at RV parks is always a concern of mine. Some campgrounds have the water service next to the sewer outlet. Being an...

Hang On, Stay On

Here’s an idea for keeping hangers on the rod so clothes don’t fall off during travel. I have been using a tension curtain rod...

Products

Sound Waves

ASA Electronics has unveiled a new sleek-looking two-way speaker for motorhome applications. The Jensen JWMS350 two-way panel speaker has been engineered to offer improved...

Clear the Way

KING has introduced two new satellite TV antennas with first-ever clear covers for use with DISH and DirecTV satellite services. The new DISH Tailgater...

Silky Smooth

When waking up a motorhome from its long winter’s nap, one of the things that should be on your checklist is lubricating the window...