Week 6 Duct Tape

Roll of duct tape

Well, we made it! Our final assignment of the Hack My RV Challenge is here and it’s a good one: duct tape! The be-all, end-all for any savvy RVer or homeowner. You likely have a roll (or six) lying around the RV – what clever hack can you create using duct tape that makes your RVing experience better? We want to see!

When you’ve completed your hack for the week, make sure to share a photo with us in the Challenge Facebook Group!


Dave exercises his creative side in this week’s hack, and shares a fun idea for creating custom keychains using the many different varieties of duct tape available today. Check it out in the video below:

Rolls of duct tape
Ready for the next hack? Here’s what’s coming up next:

Swim Noodles
PVC Pipes
Grocery Bags
Cardboard Tubes
Empty Containers
Duct Tape

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