Protect Your Fridge

RV refrigerators are expensive, so anything we can do to extend their life is worthwhile. One culprit that will contribute to the demise of your fridge is off-level operation. An RV refrigerator operates on gravity. The ammonia absorption system has no pumps or compressors to move the refrigerant (a mixture...

WoundSeal

In the past, I’ve talked about how to stop RV roof leaks and how to keep your sewer hose from leaking, but now I’d like to talk about how to keep you from leaking. Blood, that is. I think I’m like most folks when I say that I’m accident-prone to...

Tool Kit for RVers

Like most gadget guys, I love tools. I especially love tools that come in sets, and the more compact and portable the set, the better. A couple of years ago, Neil LeKander #54622 first introduced me to the Craftsman Test Instrument Kit, available at Sears stores and at Sears.com. This...

Sewer Hose Storage Tube

The time has come to speak of one of the least-loved RV accessories: your RV sewer hose. Referred to as the “stinky slinky,” it is nevertheless a necessary gadget, and it deserves special treatment. After all, we wouldn’t want it to turn on us and spring a leak or fail...

EternaBond

RV travel is a series of adventures. Some are the fun and entertaining kind of adventures, and some are in the “oops” category. Wouldn’t it be nice to have some kind of all-purpose, fix-anything gadget in our toolbox for those “other” adventures? With a roll of this stuff, you’ll be prepared...

Collapsible Stepladder

A ladder is a great thing to have along on your RV journey. The only problem is, most ladders are bulky, heavy and hard to transport. You can strap them to your roof access ladder on the rig, or cram them into a compartment somewhere, but why bother when you...

Ease the Pain

Ease the pain—the pain and itching of bug bites, that is. Now I know from experience that, as RVers, we are in a position to encounter more bugs than anyone else as we travel down the road. I’m not talking about all of those bugs on the windshield; I’m referring...

Fire in the Bowl

Over the years, I have looked at a lot of different propane-powered fire pits, and I’ve always found them to be lacking in some way. Either the pit was too big, too heavy, too bulky or even too small. And, in most cases, the visual quality of the fire they...

Tie Down that Tank

I recently received a gadget that generated one of those “why didn’t I think of that” moments. It is a well-thought-out tie-down strap for transporting portable propane tanks in a pickup truck. Called the TailGater, it is produced by Steve Woodford #111099, an RVer who saw a need and found a...

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