Conserve water and never step into a cold shower again!

By Bob Difley How many times have you wanted to stay out camping another day or two, but ran out of fresh water or found out that your gray water tank was full and had to be dumped? Have you ever thought about how much fresh, clean water gets wasted going down the drain, from the time you turn on... Read More

Stop water leaks with Seal-Tite Corner Seal

By Bob Difley Water leaks into your RV are not something to be ignored as the damage that can be done can be expensive and time consuming. It is important to stop leaks immediately upon discovery. There is a way to stop these leaks at the vulnerable corners where panels meet.  Seal Design’s new Seal-Tite™ Corner Seal tape is made... Read More

“Early morning black bears” spare tire cover

By Bob Difley With Tire Cover Central you can choose from a large selection of Horses, Dolphins, Eagles, camping scenes, cartoons, and more. All spare tire covers are made from rugged marine grade vinyl and double stitched with heavy duty upholstery thread and come with a one year warranty. All spare tire covers are secured by a 90-pound test rope... Read More

Clean your dump hose the easy way

By Bob Difley Did you ever ask yourself why you store away your sewer hose after dumping your tanks without cleaning it – thoroughly, not just a feeble rinse. Well, you don’t have to any more. The Camco RV Sewer Hose Rinser with Shut-Off Valve thoroughly rinses your sewer hose before storing. This unique sewer hose rinser features jet cleaning... Read More

How a hospital stay can help you save water

As RVers, it’s natural for us to be a bit on the “conservative” side. After all, fresh water comes dear, and places to put waste water are just the same. Most RVers recognize that when it’s dishwashing time, it’s best to wash in a dishpan, rather than in the sink. Why so? Because using a dishpan means you’ll usually use... Read More

Replace fluorescent tubes with Cabin Bright LEDs

By Chris Dougherty Low voltage fluorescent lighting has been around the RV industry for many years, allowing for improved task lighting in our RVs from ceiling lights to under-cabinet lighting. Fluorescent lights use quite a bit of power and have a somewhat frequent failure rate as compared to other types of lighting. A recent product on the market has solved... Read More