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  1. I love the idea of not having to grab the keys to unlock it. There is also a remote fob included which can be really useful when trying to load up something and have full hands. Carmtek is a well-made RV lock, feels very solid, it's way heavier than the one originally on our camper. At first, I was a little apprehensive about the price but security is a big piece of my mind!
  2. LATCH.IT is a great keyless entry door lock. It has a long operation distance, an all-metal body, and an easy-to-install process. You can consider it.
  3. If you are dealing with a slight impediment, a plunger might be a feasible option. Because it is commonly found in RVs, this tool should be your first choice for attempting to clear the blockage. or you can use boiling water. However, ensure that the pieces of your toilet are strong enough to withstand the high temperatures.
  4. We bought Weber after reading several reviews on it and several other portable grills. It's ideal for our class A motorhome, and we bought a lovely plastic tote that's the perfect size for storing it. Cooks really well, has excellent heat distribution, and is also very easy to clean. Weber produces high-quality products. I definitely suggest it! We also bought a Webber adaptor, a bonnet cover, Minnie barbecue tools, and a wire scraper.
  5. I think both Rand McNally and Garmin are great. Rand McNally offers bigger devices, allowing them to install better speakers. These come in handy when you wish to answer more calls on the hands-free mode. The details about points of interest, RV parks, and other locations are available on Garmin devices. Rand McNally, on the other hand, doesn’t offer much in these terms.
  6. Both Toyo and Michelin are great manufacturers of tires. If you need an all-weather tire, Toyo RV tires are a good choice because of their outstanding anti-slip grip. When it comes to warranties, Michelin tires are great because of their 10-year warranty. Both are good anyway.
  7. RV hoses are intended for warm areas and have been known to fail when the temperature drops. The plastic substance is subjected to thermal stress, which causes cracking. This is why you must know how to keep the RV hoses from freezing. You can supplement insulation and heat supply to your hoses to deter the conduction of cold temperatures to your hose and your fluid inside.
  8. I like Star Brite RV polish & wax product because it is the easy application that it offers. You can use it with a buffer or apply it by hand, which makes the task easier. Apart from keeping the colors of your RV vibrant, this product assures that stains are kept at bay.
  9. RecPro is also great microwaves. Although this RV microwave with trim kit is small and compact, it has a generous amount of cooking space. When you open the door of the oven, you will be treated to generous 1-cubic feet of room. I have warmed up my large dinner plates in my RecPro microwave, and there was still a bit of room to spare.
  10. I do not have a lot of major complaints about the Solera replacement fabric awning. I discovered that this option for the right RV awning replacement fabric is somewhat easy to use. It is long-lasting, too
  11. We use Weber propane grill, the grease management is unsurpassed. The rust-free enameled cast iron grates ensure even heating and proper crusting of food for superior flavour. The grates and burner are aligned to prevent food burning and flare-ups. The grill will not flare up no matter what food I cook, including marinated chicken halves.
  12. I think we should invest in an RV dishwasher. I want to spend time outside with my family instead of wasting time and energy cleansing the dish wares.
  13. I use a soft brush or dishcloth for cleaning the screens with Gel-Gloss cleaner
  14. We used RecPro to replace a day/night shade in our RV. The cord broke and couldn't figure out how to take it apart to replace the cord so bought this instead. Didn't even use the brackets, just screwed it to the wall like the old one and it worked great!
  15. I am using Camco Flagpole, very sastified with it. The flagpole can extend up to a staggering 20 feet in the air. When you are ready to go back home, it can collapse to just 64 inches in length. Furthermore, it is quite affordable.
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