We are going to give you some tips that will help you live a more comfortable life while living in an RV.
1. Install a screen tent outdoors
Only a couple of years ago did we realize how important outdoor screen tents are. Our change of mind was a game changer due to the storage space and ease of setup. Other tent types, which require a lot of space to set up, are much slower to set up than outdoor screen tents. In spite of bad weather, we can enjoy spending time outdoors in our tent. If you have side covers on your tent, you will be able to block the wind and sun more easily. When travelling, motorhome tents are extremely convenient.
2. Put in a high-pressure showerhead
The water pressure at campgrounds is often low. RV shower heads should be upgraded by those who enjoy power showers. A popular option is oxygenics. It takes only a few minutes to install this kind of shower head. In comparison to a standard RV shower head, their high pressure increases and they have a smaller water requirement. It is possible to turn on and off the water when taking a shower with a touch. There will be a need for showers for regular RV users.
3. Prepare meals with an Instant Pot
If you’re on the go and want to cook, an Instant Pot is your best friend. You can reduce the cooking time of some foods when you use an Instant Pot. Cooking with a pressure cooker usually allows you to adjust the temperature to your liking and to multitask at the same time. While multitasking, you are much more likely to focus on other things. Delicious Instant Pot food is time-saving and delicious. In order to cook your food efficiently, you do not have to sacrifice quality. Your Instant Pot can also be used to create dishes from a cookbook or website. You can also move your Instant Pot outside your RV to keep it cool and dry.
4. RVLock door lock keyless entry handle
It’s frustrating to be locked out of an RV. You no longer need keys to secure your home when you replace your standard door lock with an RVLock. You can unlock your RV by entering your unique code. If you leave the house, you may need a push-button lock. Your RV is more secure with RVLocks. There are usually several different locks on standard RVs. You can unlock your RV at camp with a key from someone else. The RV or your belongings are not very secure if you are locked out using this option. By using an RVLock, you can virtually prevent your RV from being broken into.
5. In your RV fridge, keep a thermometer
The RV refrigerator is less cooperative than the residential refrigerator when it comes to setting a temperature. Overheating can cause damage to RV refrigerators if the temperature gets too high. The contents may spoil if it gets too hot. You can adjust the temperature using the thermostat. It may be necessary to adjust your RV’s cooling settings according to the season and amount of sunlight. In some RVs, Bluetooth thermometers alert drivers when temperatures reach unsafe levels. Usually, they are more affordable than replacing your refrigerator altogether.