• RV Odor Tips

    Posted on May 31st, 2019
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    Summer is here and it is prime time to venture onto the open road with your family in your motor home or trailer!

    Unfortunately, sometimes some strange odors can linger in your RV and make your trip not so pleasant. Luckily, we have a solution for foul mystery odors that can linger not only in your RV, but your boat as well!

    Check out how you can eliminate stinky smells from your RV and boat:

    How to remove odors from your RV:

    • Hang one bag in bathroom, kitchen area, and bedroom.  Leave a window open for air circulation.
    • Do not set bag in direct sun light.
    • Use 3 canisters or bucket and sprinkle granules on all upholstery and carpet.  Brush granules into carpet.  Leave down 24 hours and vacuum or sweep up.  All RV odors will be completely eliminated.
    • The bags will continue to eliminate new odors for up to 3 months.
    • Works great for: RV skunk odors, RV smoke odors, RV holding tank odor, and RV dead animal odors.
    • Click Here to order the  RV Odor Remover Bundle

    How to remove odors from your boat:

    • Hang one bag in each bilge compartment, the head, the galley, and each cabin.  Some air circulation such as an open hatch is needed.  Do not put the bag directly in standing water or direct sunlight.
    • The bags will continue to eliminate new odors for up to 3 months.
    • Use 3 canisters or bucket and  sprinkle granules on all upholstery and carpet.  Brush granules into carpet.  Leave down 24 hours and vacuum or sweep up.  All odors will be completely eliminated.
    • Works great for boat smoke odors, boat holding tank odors, and boat musty odors.
    • Click Here to order the Boat Odor Remover Bundle
  • RV Travel Tips

    Posted on July 13th, 2012
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    Summer is the time for family vacations and what better way to spend time together than in your RV.

    Sometimes odors can get in the way of enjoying your home on wheels but Clear the Air can fix that for you right away.  Refrigerator go out?  Bathroom smells?  Dog was left in the RV too long and had an accident?  All these odors and more can be eliminated with Clear the Air.

    Check out our helpful RV check list and remember to use Clear the Air to eliminate all RV odors.

    Before Your Trip – Make sure your RV is well maintained and ready to go when you are. That’s the first step toward having a safe, trouble-free trip.

    • Install a deadbolt door lock on your RV
    • Inspect all belts and hoses for cracking, especially radiator hoses. Replace as needed.
    • Check headlights, tires (air and tread) and turn signals.
    • Check any hitch or towing equipment
    • Verify your insurance coverage
    • Check your fire extinguisher and smoke alarms
    • Clean your cooking vent hood to avoid grease fires
    • Leave your itinerary with relatives or friends in case of emergency

    On the Road – Be sure to observe the common (but too often overlooked) principles of safety. Obey the speed limit, know your rig height before you go, and buckle your seat belt

    Tools to Keep Handy –

    • Flashlight
    • Jumper Cables
    • Flat Repair Spray
    • Road Flares
    • Adjustable Wrench
    • Screwdrivers
    • Pliers
    • Duct Tape (for temporary repairs to ruptured radiator hoses)

    Severe Weather Tips – Park in a sheltered area. In stormy weather, avoid trees or power lines that could fall on your vehicle. The safest place during lightning is inside your RV. If you’re in the path of a tornado, you are safest in a tornado shelter. As an alternative, you can park under a bridge overpass or in a ditch. Avoid parking in low areas that are prone to flash flooding.

    Carry Your Insurance Information – Make sure to carry all insurance contact information with you, including a toll-free claim service number if available. If you are injured in an accident, seek medical assistance first and then contact your insurance company or have someone else make the call for you.

    Is your RV overloaded? – Did you know that driving or towing an overloaded rig is a leading cause of RV accidents? Even a slight overload or unequal weight distribution can seriously restrict braking and steering, dramatically increase fuel consumption, and cause sudden blowouts or breakdowns. An overweight RV also creates the danger of early failure in your rig’s tires, brakes, wheels, drive train and other components. Learn more about proper RV loading.

    RV generator safety precautions – Please read your generator Operator’s Manual carefully so you understand all the precautions for safe, efficient operation. Most accidents occur from failing to follow fundamental safety rules.

    A safe campground for everyone. – Camping is a fun time for the whole family. It is a time to leave all of your troubles behind and reconnect with family and friends. Campfires, roasting marshmallows and sing-a-longs are the memories you’ll cherish for the rest of your life. That’s why it is essential to make your campsite a safe place for everyone.

    RV propane safety – “Better safe than sorry.” There’s no better advice when it comes to propane safety. While the RV industry has done a lot to ensure high standards regarding propane safety, propane can cause disaster if mishandled or used improperly.

    Most importantly HAVE FUN!  Happy RV’ing from Clear the Air!