With this downtime awarded to us by the coronavirus quarantine, take this time to clean up the exterior of your RV by washing and waxing!
Any high pitched or grinding sound heard while towing a travel trailer is never a good thing. However, the annoying sound of a hitch ball squeak is easily remedied.
Does your RV have an old protective film covering the exterior paint? Here are 4 easy steps for removing the film and making your RV look like new again.
Keeping your RV windows in good condition will give you better views while you’re driving and help prevent leaks.
Over time, UV light can degrade your RV and cause the graphics to fade. Here are simple ways to protect your RV from the damaging effects of sunlight.
Ever heard the phrase, ‘Perception is reality’? Well, when it comes to your RV’s paint job, this statement rings true.
Kevin Karl, an artist and visual designer living in Northern Nevada, designed a “Bag End” wrap for a customer’s basic teardrop trailer.
Hatchlift door springs keep our basement doors from hitting us in the head. Save 10% on your entire order with the Coupon Code “GEEKS10” when you check out.
Buying a used RV? Be sure to look for signs of RV sidewall delamination before making an offer. Here’s how to recognize this destructive issue in many RVs.
Got road grime, bugs or engine oil on your RV? Here’s an easy way to skip expensive RV wash products and clean your RV with WD-40.