Feature: Caravanning comforts


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Top tips from the August DIY special edition of CW magazine, on sale July 7.

Feature: Caravanning comforts
Feature: Caravanning comforts

RVing is all
about
improving your life, so why not try these time-saving tips for easier travels? These clever tips are simple to do and resolve three small gripes that many caravanners experience from time to time.

KEEP YOUR CLOTHES ON TRACK
The easiest way to prevent your coat hangers falling off the rail while travelling is to have the hooks facing towards you.

WATER HOSES FOR SITES OF ALL SIZES
We carry a long and a short water hose: they click together with a joiner to make an extra long hose if required. After use, we drain out the water and join the ends of each hose together with the same joiner to stop leakage in the boot.

CHEERS TO ELECTRICAL CONNECTION PROTECTION
A cheap stubby holder (zip-up, bottle type) is great protection for your electrical connections when disconnected.

  • Read more caravanning tips by Tony and Denyse Allsop from our feature article Clever Caravanning in
    the August 2010 DIY special edition of Caravan World magazine, on sale July 7.