RV shower stall leaks — What to do?

  Dear RV Doctor:We have a 2007 Damon RV with a leaking “hex” shower stall. It is leaking somewhere in the glass section framing or where the shower sides, glass and plastic connect to the bottom section. The water appears at the bottom of the glass framing where it connects to the plastic shower stall, which is nearly inaccessible. I... Read More

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

Caring for you RV cabinets, furniture and carpet

By Chris Dougherty Certified RV technician Here are some ideas about caring for your RV’s cabinets, furniture and carpets Cabinet and furniture care Hardwood: RV cabinet doors and drawer fronts are often hardwood, while the remaining cabinet parts are particle board covered with a thin lamination. Cabinet parts and dinette chairs that are made of wood (oak, cherry, etc,) and... Read More

HepvO replaces sink P-traps, save space, keep odors away

The number one complaint of RVers is holding tank odors coming into the inside of their RV. The HepvO is the innovative hygienic self sealing waste valve that replaces the traditional water-seal P-traps and prevents the escape of foul sewer air from waste discharge systems. Unlike conventional waste traps — which work well in stationary houses, but have many drawbacks... Read More

Is it time to change to a composting toilet?

By Greg Illes If there’s one single topic that can sponsor an entire evening’s conversation among RVers, it’s the RV toilet. Everyone has their preferences and their funny/horror stories. The horror part is almost always associated with the dumping process, a noxious affair where days or weeks worth of accumulated, concentrated sewage is carefully deposited deep inside some septic system... Read More