LA’s Totally Awesome Cleaner – RVing Tip

LAs Totally Awesome Cleaner Tip Feature Photo

In this quick RV tip video, I show you 3 inexpensive but terrific cleaners for around the RV. An all-purpose liquid spray cleaner, powdered detergent, and concentrated cleaning vinegar all from a company called LA’s Totally Awesome. Note: I have no relationship with the company and bought the products myself from a dollar store. Thanks … Read more

Tips for Keeping the RV Cool Without AC

Tips for Cooling the RV without AC Feature Photo

Introduction We do a bunch of boondocking on BLM and Forestry lands and dry camping in National, State and County parks. Because of this we often find ourselves without electrical hookups and no way to run our rooftop air conditioner to cool the RV during hot days.  We could fire up our two 2000 watt Champion … Read more

Quick and Easy Tip for Connecting Wires – Wago Lever Nuts

Easy Wire Connection Lever Nuts Feature Photo

In this video, I show you a neat little product called Wago Lever Nuts to help make connecting wires a snap. No soldering or crimping needed. The only tool required is a wire stripper. They are also simple to disconnect and can be reused. Handy for testing and troubleshooting circuits They wouldn’t be suitable for … Read more

10 Little Love Your RV Tips and Tricks

10 Love Your RV tips and tricks Feature Photo

In this video, I share a collection of 10 little RVing tips and tricks I’ve gathered over the last couple of years. Each wasn’t enough for a video, but all together they may be helpful.  1) Hitch Hookup Height – measure and cut 1×2 lumber to use for indicating the correct height to hookup up … Read more

Pack Rats (aka Wood Rats) RVing Tip

Pack Rat Tip Feature Photo

When I first started boondocking in the US southwest desert regions, I would sometimes see other campers with their vehicle hood left open. I didn’t pay much attention to it figuring they were using the truck or motorhome battery for camping. It wasn’t until I first visited Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument that I learned … Read more

Temp Repair Patch to Our Disintegrating RV Awning

Temp Repair to Disintegrating RV Awning Feature Photo

Our Dometic 9100 power awning is now over seven years old. Being that we are full-time RV snowbirds its seen a ton of sun. Much of that in the dry US desert southwest. The awnings fabric is starting to slowly disintegrate at its top section closest to the RV sidewall. This is the part that … Read more

Clean Up Old RV Plastic Sinks with ToothPaste

Cleaning RV sink with toothpaste feature photo

After seven year of full time living our RVs kitchen sinks have taken a beating. Made of a white plastic material they’ve slowly become stained and scratched up especially on the bottoms. I tried various cleaners designed for kitchens and bathrooms with little luck. While brainstorming a solution I remembered I had one time used toothpaste to … Read more