Do you ever get tired of having to slide open the screen door to go in? Kids slamming that slide open and closed? Then this is a great way to prevent extra wearr and tear on your RV screen door! Just mount it to the door so you can use it like a regular handle!
RV refrigerators, depending on how often you move, can vary quite a bit when it comes to temps! Going from electric to propane doesn't always go smooth, or perhaps the propane runs out and you don't notice - regardless, it's nice to have a quick way to check the temp in your camper fridge!
Space is very limited in some RVs, and ontop of that what space there is is often very skinny or awkwardly shaped! This tray is unique in that it's super slim and makes better use of the drawer by slight stacking the utensils (while still allowing easy access to get what you need!)
Mounting your paper towels is one of the easiest ways to get some extra counter space! Better yet, this is one that just sticks on so you don't even have to deal with screwing something into your camper!
Now, this one is slightly over 10 dollars, but it's so incredibly useful that I don't think it's a big deal! If you're tired of the sag on your steps or the slight sway every time you use them, then you need this easy to install brace!
If you plan on hooking up to your house to charge your batteries then this is what you need! But that's not what makes it special - the 90 degree greatly reduces stress from the weight of your camper's heavy duty cord pulling down on it (pictured in use)
Cut down on your sweeping by putting a couple of these rugs on your steps!
What’s been your most useful RV item that was suprisingly cheap?
You’d be surprised at how many little things you could find even at the Dollar Tree! I know we’ve used ALOT of stick on hooks and rolls of velcro (in fact, we even keep it in the camper!) and we own almost everything on this list!
Stacy Bressler is an avid outdoorswoman, wife, and mother of three who lives in Jackson, Wyoming. She loves all things camping and enjoys sharing helpful tips, fun activities and laughable learning experiences she finds along the way! Navigating the outdoor life through the lens of humor and positivity, she chronicles it all on her website "The Crazy Outdoor Mama"