Are you new to RVing? Maybe you just bought your new RV and are now trying to figure out how to make it home. Well, before you hit the road, it’s important to understand that life on the road is different than at home. Because regardless of whether you bought a class A motorhome or a simple pop-up camper, the way you live is going to be a little different. Check out these RV tips that will change your life on the road.
Store Your Eggs in the Easiest Way Possible
One trip to the Container Store and you’ll see a huge selection of containers designed to make storing eggs possible. And one look at your RV fridge and you’ll probably be feeling like you need to head to the Container Store. Regardless of the RV you purchase, your fridge is likely to be smaller than the fridge you have at home. But the truth is, there’s no need to splurge on expensive plastic storage devices.
Instead, try cutting your egg carton in half. This allows you to easily stack the two halves on top of each other and save space in the fridge.
Know When to Dump Your Black Tank
Knowing when to dump your black tank can feel a little like Russian roulette. You’re always wondering whether you should dump now or wait until it’s fuller. Here’s a little tip to help you know when to dump. As your tank fills it will sound different and begin to gurgle. This indicates that your level is above the vent and it’s time to dump.
So next time you’re wondering whether you should dump your black tank, just listen and wait for it to tell you.
Keep Your Shower Clean
RVing will take you on many adventures. And many of the places it will take you will be off the beaten path. Because of this it is likely that you’ll encounter lots of hard water. One of the best ways to keep your shower in tip top shape and free of mold and build up from hard water is to keep a squeegee on hand and ensure your shower is totally dry after using it.