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AwningsFabricTough Top Awnings

How To Replace Dometic/A&E RV Patio Awning Fabric

NEW & EASIER TECHNIQUE! We’ve learned a new and improved (EASIER!) way to do this job. Watch the new video here! UPDATE: Tough Top Awnings now offers a special discount for RVgeeks viewers. Use Discount...

FloodingSlide TopperWater

How to Prevent an RV Slide-out Flood

You don’t have to be an RVer for very long to come to the same conclusion we did: breaking camp in the rain kinda sucks, especially if you have slide-outs. Pouring rain is just about...

Fresh WaterSuburbanWater Heater

UPDATE! RV Water Heater Anode Rods

If you’ve seen our previous 2 videos about flushing RV water heaters, you’ll know we’ve talked quite a bit about anode rods. Generally, Suburban brand water heaters require an anode rod to protect the steel...

OutdoorsRV Lifestyle

Keep Mosquitoes Away… Without Bug Repellent!

Like most RVers, we love the outdoors. But when the mosquitoes fly, we hate having to cover ourselves with slimy, smelly, or even toxic (for products containing DEET) insect repellent. Citronella candles and other repellents...

Slide TopperTough Top Awnings

Measure, Order & Replace Your RV Slide Topper

Here is the full-length version of this video, showing how to measure, order and install a new A&E slide topper. Our favorite type of DIY RV project is one that’s both surprisingly manageable and also...

Shower

Get Your RV Shower Ready to Roll

The shower in an RV is pretty much like the shower in a house, except it’s usually smaller… and it often rolls down the highway. There are also times when it’s really important to be...

Interior

A Simple, Clever RV Closet Door Latch

Lots of RVs have sliding closet doors, but since RVs are moving vehicles, the doors have to be latched in place to keep them from sliding back and forth while you’re driving down the road....

ShowerSkylight

How To Replace an RV Skylight

If your RV’s skylight is cracked or broken, or just old and cloudy, we’ll show you how easy it is to replace it with a brand new one. Access to your roof and a few...

Leveling

The Best RV Leveling Blocks (Jack Pads)

We’ve had our Utility Blocks long enough to be really happy customers and wanted to share what we think are the best RV leveling blocks we’ve ever seen. Every RVer has to deal with unlevel...

BasementLocksSecurity

How To Repair RV Power Door Locks

Most RVs are equipped with lockable outside storage compartments, including our first motorhome, a 2002 Fleetwood Bounder Diesel. Since our basement doors had no central locking mechanism, we got used to carrying the keys whenever...

Gulf CoastTravel Tip

RVing on the Gulf Coast Ferry System

In ten years of full-time RVing, we’d only taken our motorhome aboard a ferry twice before, on a round-trip sailing from Horseshoe Bay in Vancouver, Canada to Gibsons, on British Columbia’s Sunshine Coast. That trip,...

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