Is there something wrong with the way your RV looks and functions? Using these easy RVing tips will help you create an environment that you truly like.
In addition, they can be completed in a matter of hours! The two most common concerns we’ve heard from RV owners, new or used, are the lack of storage capacity and the appearance of the vehicle.
Discuss the issue of inadequate storage space.
Although not every RV is made equal, it’s still important to note that not all RVs are alike. I’ve seen RV tours and been envious of the amount of storage capacity they had. Between their cupboard space and outdoor compartments, there are nooks and crannies that appear to be clever.
When visitors see our travel trailer, they often wish they had drawers like ours in their kitchen. In contrast, I’ve never heard someone claim that their RV was perfectly functional and didn’t require any changes.
If you’d like to watch our travel trailer in action, here’s a video tour.
Suspend a shower curtain rod from the ceiling.
Despite the fact that most RVs have a lot of storage space, there are instances when it isn’t enough. To add an extra closet, install a suspension rod in the shower. An ingenious use of an RV shower rack
Use bungee cords and tension rods to hold things in place.
These small fellows come in handy when traveling in an RV. Cords can be used to keep bathroom, kitchen, and refrigerator drawers and semi-loose things in place during travel days. Using tension rods, you can build a shelf, hold canned goods, or hang curtains.
Everything can be hung with command hooks!
Is there anything better for Rvers than command hooks? They can be used to solve any storage issue you may have in your RV. Towels, coats, and kitchen utensils can all be hung from them. The possibilities are endless. You can also use them to hang pictures instead of making holes in your RV!
RV command-line hook
Organize kitchen items in file folder boxes for easy access. The cooking supplies are piling up, but you don’t have enough storage space. Hanging file folder boxes are a great way to keep your kitchen supplies organized and easy to find.
A suction-cup toothbrush holder is a must-have.
Travel days can be exhausting. By securing your toothbrush, you can make your life a little bit easier. A suction cup toothbrush holder will keep your toothbrush safe and germ-free while you travel.
Your best friend is nesting aware.
When it comes to cooking in the RV, nesting bowls and spoons are a huge asset. They can even be used as children’s toys! For everything that has to be near at hand, the oven is the best place to keep everything. Of course, while it’s not in use!
Make sure the oven is switched off before you proceed with this recipe. Before turning it on, make sure it’s empty.
Controlling the Temperature:
Styrofoam is an excellent material to use in this situation. Covering your RV’s entrance window is a terrific method to increase privacy and adjust the temperature. Styrofoam can be trimmed to size and taped to the glass for a simple method. Voila!
Use a ceramic tile in the oven to provide an even distribution of heat.
Is your oven refusing to cooperate? It only takes a ceramic tile in the RV oven’s middle to make it work. When you have the ideal recipe, you’ve got the perfect meal!
Invest in a vent pillow.
It might be difficult to maintain a consistent temperature in an RV since it lacks insulation. A little money spent on a vent cushion can go a long way.
There are certain campgrounds that charge for power, or you use propane to heat your RV in the winter, so this is especially true. RV sections of most big-box retailers carry these.