• 1:45

    Tracking Small Parts

    Whether you’re working on your camper or just doing DIY projects around the house, you’re going to have small parts you remove from the project and need to keep track of. Magnetic trays are great for this! The magnet in the tray grabs your metallic components so they don’t end up on the floor and…

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  • 1:46

    Trimming Around Windows

    We added pine wainscoting to one wall of the camper, and that meant cutting around the rounded corners of the windows. There’s a very simple way to make this happen and get a perfect fit.

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  • 2:49

    Painting a Door

    Whenever you put finish on a door, you need to make sure you have finish on six surfaces: both faces, both edges, both ends. This can be challenging, forcing you to wait for one surface to completely dry before you can finish other surfaces. Unless you mount your door on a “rotisserie.” This is an…

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  • 3:51

    Customizing a Coaxial Cable For Your Required Length

    Depending on the entertainment setup you opt for in your RV, you might need to utilize a coaxial cable to stream on your TV. Most coax cables come in various lengths, and you can order one that can be customized for your specific length, but those can get pretty expensive. In this quick video lesson…

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  • 1:10

    Easily Remove Old Nails

    As you remodel and upgrade your camper (or your house) you’re going to run into scenarios where small nails get left behind. Nails and staples that hold molding on are a great example. When you remove the molding or trim the fastener is commonly left stuck in the wall. Nail pulling pliers are great for…

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  • 4:25

    Camper Tire Maintenance

    According to RV repair and maintenance expert Dave Solberg, tires are the most vulnerable and yet most neglected component on an RV. Because the tires on our everyday automobiles have become so reliable and easy to monitor, we tend not to think much about our RV’s tires. But if you want to guarantee the health…

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  • 6:36

    Using and Maintaining a Pop-Up Camper Awning

    Here’s one of the most important things you should consider when deciding whether a pop-up camper is the right RV model for you and your particular brand of travel: in most cases you’ll have to set up and tear down manually. This applies to the pop-up camper awning as well as the walls and roof.…

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  • 6:14

    Canvas Repair on a Pop-up Camper

    Setting up and breaking down a pop-up camper when you’re at a campground is a relatively easy process, unless you encounter a bit of a snag. A torn pop-up camper canvas can lead to various problems, including moisture leaks and buggy intruders. If you have a ripped canvas, we have the solution for you! In…

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  • 3:04

    Installing Nano Shades

    The windows in your camper or RV can be a bit of mixed blessing. Once you’re in a campsite you want to see the beautiful surroundings, but glare from the sun is no good. And, if there are neighbors, limiting their ability to see inside your camper is a good thing. Blinds work, but that’s…

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