Sealing cabinets to the floor can prevent water damage

Most RV cabinets are not sealed to the floor when they leave the factory, so during daily use water can seep beneath and cause water damage. Food can also work under the cabinets and rot attracting rodents. Chris Dougherty demonstrates how to use silicone to form a tight seal between RV cabinets and the floor, keeping out water and food.  The... Read More

Ease your way into fulltiming with this unique plan

RVtravel.com editor Chuck Woodbury talks with Jim Bender about the unusual way he and his wife travel by RV. They enjoy taking long trips, but he likes being out far longer than she does. So they compromise, taking four- to six-week trips, then returning home without their RV, then picking it up later and resuming their adventure. Here is how... Read More

Create extra space under your kitchen and bathroom sinks

All RVers would like a little extra space for storage. This is especially true for under your sink where the P-trap sits right in the middle of the cabinet and hinders storage capacity. In this short video Gary Bunzer, the RV Doctor, shows you a device that can help create extra space under a kitchen or bathroom sink.  Subscribe to the FREE... Read More

Control excess moisture in your RV

Excess moisture is not something you want in your RV. It can lead to rot, mold, mildew, and nasty odors. Gary Bunzer, the RV Doctor, gives advice about how to prevent and control excess moisture in an RV, as well as ways to prevent odors associated with excess moisture.  Subscribe to the FREE RV Travel Saturday newsletter loaded with information of interest to... Read More