Living In Beauty Store – Plumbing

Everything listed here is something we have purchased and continue to use.

We travel full-time and need a water filter that we can reuse. We use the Camco EVO Filter at the outside water source faucet so that all our water is filtered.
We’ve owned this Seagull IV X-1F (CA) Drinking Water Filter for decades. It is installed in our Airstream kitchen and the taste and safety of all our water is guaranteed.
The A1005 Heavy Duty Brass Y 2 Way Garden Hose Connector with Complimentary Hose Washer 10 PCS Pack is very handy. We always have a fresh water hose and a 2nd one for rinsing off stuff that gets dirty, like ourselves.
We found out about Happy Campers Organic RV Holding Tank Treatment - 64 treatments, an organic option to what we have been using.
  The Valterra F02-4350 Reverse RV Flush Valve saved us from a major problem. Once when we opened the black water tank valve, nothing happened because we had a clog. More details can be found at We Met The Enema, And It Was Us.
We have tried several brands of sewer hoses and have found the Camco RhinoFlex Sewer hose to be the one that hasn’t leaked on us.
For those times when the campsite has located the sewer far far away, we keep this Camco RhinoFlex 10ft extension handy.
Many RV parks require the use of these. The Camco 20ft Sidewinder RV Sewer Hose Support, Made From Sturdy Lightweight Plastic, Won't Creep Closed, Holds Hoses In Place - No Need For Straps (43051) also helps gravity to its job.
I know this package, the Scott Rapid-Dissolving Toilet Paper, 4 Count (Pack of 12), Sewer-Safe, Septic-Safe, 1-Ply Bath Tissue, Made for RVs and Boats is a lot of toilet paper, but 80¢ a roll is not bad for really great RV toilet paper.
The Oxygenics Shower
Head
saves a lot of water with every shower. If you boon-dock or want to make your water last longer, you need one of these.  They come in various colors.