Michael Buhler

Michael Buhler

Michael Buhler
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A good way I learned to keep the waste tank valves running smooth is to spray a little silicone lubricant on the push rod shaft every so often. Make sure you use 100% silicone spray. Silicone won’t harm the rubber gasket material used inside the waste tank valve. http://www.loveyourrv.com/rv-waste-tank-valve-tip/ #RV #RVing #Tips

to keep the waste tank valves running smooth is to spray a little silicone lubricant on the push rod shaft every so often. Make sure you use silicone spray. Silicone won’t harm the rubber gasket material used inside the waste tank

Use bicycle bottle racks to hold spray cans, etc. It will let you put them somewhere specific, like at the point of use; keep them from falling over. For a tall bottle, cut off the top strut (it's only there to keep the bottle from bouncing out while on a bike).  This is in an RV, which is particularly useful. RV Daily Tips Issue 149. June 20, 2013 | RV Travel

Use bicycle bottle racks to hold spray cans, etc. It will let you put them somewhere specific, like at the point of use; keep them from falling over. For a tall bottle, cut off the top strut. RV Daily Tips Issue June 2013

Great tips on cleaning tanks to keep RV sensors working right

Almost every RVer Icamper ideas know complains about their tank sensors. It’s almost a given that after a few months the sensors start acting up and giving false readings showing tanks that are full when…

Temptation!

Temptation!

Jeff's RV Page -lots of good ideas and tips

Cut three or four feet off the end of a hose and snaked the cut end down the fill hose and right into the fresh water tank. Connect the supply hose directly to the garden hose and no more mess. Lots of good ideas