Thoroughly clean black water tanks with flusher system

Many RVs now come with black tank flushing systems built in at the factory, but some don’t — and some folks actually want to add them to their grey tanks, as well. What are tank flushers? They are special nozzles that are attached to a holding tank and piped to a convenient connection point on the coach where a garden... Read More

See what’s coming out your sewer hose to be sure you’re done

By Chris Dougherty Certified RV Technician Dumping your holding tanks is as much about art as science. If you want to know if your tanks are absolutely clean, the only way to know is to be able to visualize what’s coming out. Okay, I know this sounds gross — and it is! But please believe me, if you have a... Read More

We know what the Lone Ranger did with his trash – How about yours?

By Russ and Tiña De Maris It’s a problem that doesn’t get much play —but what do you do with the trash? Many “boondocking” locations just don’t have a handy dumpster or trash can for you to toss your junk, so what can you do with the refuse of living? Limiting the amount of “stuff” is a big start. Where... Read More

Hygienic care of your RV sewer attachments

By George Bliss Hygiene: “Conditions or practices conducive to maintaining health and preventing disease, especially through cleanliness.” RVers have to travel long distances and often are a distance away from the supply store. If you’re like me, you carry everything you need and more. As far as emptying your grey and black water tanks, you often need various attachments depending... Read More

RhinoFLEX sewer hose works exceptionally well

By Chris Dougherty Certified RV technician One of the most unpleasant tasks in RVing is handling waste. Nothing incenses an RVer more than a dump station visit gone bad, and yet all too often people opt to purchase substandard sewer hoses and fittings to save money and end up with a mess. Inferior sewer hoses are susceptible to cracking, crushing,... Read More