A few tips to help you live your RV life more comfortably are outlined here.
1. Get an outdoor screen tent
We realized the importance of an outdoor screen tent only a couple of years ago. The storage space and ease of setup made it a game changer after we changed our minds. Outdoor screen tents can be set up much faster than other types of tents, which take up a lot of space. Our tent allows us to enjoy being outside regardless of the weather. It will be easier for you to block wind and sun with a tent that has side covers. A motorhome tent is a great convenience when traveling.
2. Put in a high-pressure showerhead
It’s not uncommon for campgrounds to have poor water pressure. Those who enjoy power showers should upgrade their RV shower heads. Oxygenics are one of the most popular options. A shower head like this can be installed in minutes. In comparison to a standard RV shower head, their high pressure increases and they have a smaller water requirement. When taking a shower, you can turn the water on and off with a touch. Regular RV users will need showers.
3. Use an Instant Pot to prepare your meals
An Instant Pot is your best friend if you want to cook on the go. When you use an Instant Pot, you can reduce the time it takes to cook some foods. You can usually adjust the temperature of the cooker according to your preferences as well as multitask while cooking. It is much easier to focus on other things if you are multitasking. Instant Pot food is delicious and time-saving. It is not necessary to sacrifice quality for the most efficient way to cook your food. A cookbook or website can also be used to create dishes in your Instant Pot. To keep your Instant Pot cool and dry, you can also move it outside your RV.
4. Keyless entry handle for RVLock door locks
RV lockouts are frustrating. By replacing your standard door lock with an RVLock, you no longer need keys to secure your home. Enter your personalized code to unlock your RV. A push-button lock may be important to you if you leave the house. RVLocks increase the security of your RV. Standard RVs usually have a few different locks. A key from someone else can be used to unlock your RV at camp. When you get locked out with this option, your RV or belongings are not very secure. Your RV is virtually impossible to be broken into if you use an RVLock.
5. Keep a thermometer in your RV fridge
When it comes to setting a temperature, RV refrigerators are less cooperative than residential refrigerators. In RV refrigerators, you can monitor the temperature to prevent damage from overheating if it gets too hot. If it gets too hot, the contents may spoil. The thermostat allows you to adjust the temperature. Depending on the season and amount of sunlight, you may have to adjust your RV’s cooling settings. When temperatures reach unsafe levels, Bluetooth thermometers in some RVs alert the driver. While they may cost more than replacing your refrigerator entirely, they are usually less expensive.