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.