Truly Spotless


by Chris Hemer
July 24, 2015

    Keeping a motorhome clean not only makes it look good, it helps the finish last longer. But depending on where you live, hard-water deposits can leave spots on paint/gelcoat and windows that can... Read more »

EZ Generator Service


by Chris Hemer
July 24, 2015

    When it’s time to change the generator oil, most owners would probably like to spend as little time underneath the motorhome as possible. That’s what makes the new EZ Oil Drain Valve for Cummins-Onan generators so appealing to do-it-yourselfers. Installation is easy — just remove... Read more »

Made in the Shade


by Owen Mitchell
June 30, 2015

  How to reduce solar heat-soak inside a motorhome   Shade mesh, also described as shade cloth, appears in RVs in an infinite variety of uses as owners battle with hot sun streaming through... Read more »

Odor Eater


June 27, 2015

  The most commonly accepted procedure to follow when preparing your refrigerator/freezer for storage is: A) Shut it off; B) Remove all contents; C) Clean thoroughly; D) Sprinkle baking soda to control odor; and E) Leave the doors open. Steps A through C are fine, but the last two have their drawbacks.... Read more »

Easy to Handle


June 27, 2015

  In order to protect the RV’s screen door from damage due to overzealous hands, many RVers use door handles. Our favorite is the Camco Screen Door Cross Bar ($15.89) available at Camping World.... Read more »

Hook and Loop


June 27, 2015

  I take my jewelry box with me when we travel south for the winter. I needed something else for my longer necklaces, so I attached 3M Command picture-hanging strips in two rows inside my wardrobe... Read more »

Magic Bench, Almost


By Bob Livingston
June 26, 2015

  Keter’s Folding Work Table goes from flat storage to a solid working surface in just a few seconds   One item that really comes in handy while on the road is a workbench. Motorhome owners are tinkerers by nature and trying to work projects on a picnic bench or on the ground is not exactly... Read more »



By Chris Hemer
June 26, 2015

  Understanding the inner workings of a motorhome generator and how it should be maintained can save time, money and trouble   If you’ve ever endured a blackout, you understand how easy... Read more »

Sewer Solutions

5 Blueline Ultimate Sewer Kit

By Kristopher Bunker
June 23, 2015

  These hoses, systems and fittings help keep embarrassing messes at bay   OK, serious question: What is it about the subject of sewer systems that seems to bring out the 7-year-old in most... Read more »

Slow Refueling

Ken Freund Coach & Powertrain

May 20, 2015

  I have a 32-foot 1998 Bounder Class A and my problem is with refueling. Sometimes the coach will take fuel readily and at other times it only allows fuel to trickle in to the tank. I try to find... Read more »

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