Place a carpet sample at the base and one at the top of your entry steps, which will help, keep dirt and moisture out of your rig.
Just some RV tips to help you if you are a RV newbie or have been a RVer for awhile.
Have a list to reminder yourself of what you need to do for setting up and leaving.
Have disposable rubber gloves to use during sewer hookups and dumping.
Use a portable space heater at night instead of using all that propane.
Travel in the morning or late afternoon when hot – it is easier on your RV.
Use biodegradable toilet paper.
Always check your headlight, signal and brake light before starting out.
Place sprung-loaded shower bar inside your shower to hang wet towels.
Re-package boxed foods in zip lock bags to save space on your pantry shelves.
Put a pizza stone (inexpensive kind) under rack of propane oven to help distribute heat more evenly.
Use an insurance company that deals with RV’s not houses.
Try putting under-cabinet coffee maker up to give you more space.
How about an under the counter space spice rack? Get one with adjustable shelves to hold different sizes of spices.
Try mothballs for ants, spiders and other insects.
Use surge protectors for power spikes.
Check carbon monoxide detectors regularly.
Remember to lower your TV antenna or dish before taking off.
Save money by buying things out of season like antifreeze.
Use something between dishes to prevent chipping or breaking. Try plastic foam sleeves, rubber matting or bubble wrap.
Use bottled water on the road. You don’t know what the water is like where you stay.
Check vents for cracking.
Check brakes and tires regularly.
Do a basic safely check of your LP system regularly.
For drain cleaner try: ½-cup baking soda to ½-cup white vinegar. After a few minutes put a kettle of hot water down drain.
For general surfaces and glass cleaner try: ¼-cup vinegar, ½ cup rubbing alcohol and 2 cups distilled water. Put in spray bottle.