It’s roll-out time for your RV awning — Is it ready?

  By Chris Dougherty Chris Dougherty is a certified RV technician. Here is an article he wrote while serving as RVtravel.com’s technical editor. With summer here, you may have already rolled out your RV awning. It’s a great addition to any RV and with a little care it will provide many years of service. But just what kind of care... Read More

A/C concerns in long-term shady campsite for camp hosts

  Dear Gary, We start our first 8-week camp hosting activity in a few weeks. Our campsite is very shady with hardly any sunlight making it to the ground because of all the trees. My real concern is our air conditioners will always be wet/moist causing mold/mildew to form. One of our A/C units has duct work throughout the roof.... Read More

Free up stuck hardware, snaps and zippers with E-Z Snap

  By Bob Difley Outdoor storage wreaks havoc on snaps, zippers and hinges. Even after washing off the dirt, they can still be sticky and tough to use. It can get so bad that the fabric will actually tear before they work. Iosso Products’ E-Z Snap frees the most stubborn fastener back to a like-new condition. It’s made in the... Read More

Dealing with ticks — an expert’s advice

  By Russ and Tiña De Maris If your travels take you to tick country, be on the lookout for these biting and often disease-carrying insects. Here are the latest “tick tips” from Amanda Roome, an expert in ticks with Binghamton University. Find ticks on your clothing? Put your clothing in the dryer on high for at least 30 minutes.... Read More