Afraid of misplacing or losing my keys, I needed a place to keep an extra set that was easily accessible. I found it with this push-button box that can be mounted on the motorhome, holds two keys, and is worth its weight in gold. Now my family can enter our motorhome when coming for a visit, whether we’re at the campsite or not. In addition, when participating in outdoor sports, such as skiing or surfing, you never have to worry about losing your key. What peace of mind.
Arlene Chiarolanzio, F181694
Florham Park, New Jersey
We are full-time motorhomers who tow a pickup truck and a motorcycle. Once we’re parked at a campground, we tour the countryside in either the truck or on the motorcycle, usually on country roads. During our journeys we feel it is important to carry some basic information about ourselves should we be involved in an accident. To do this, we create a new “business card” each time we move to a new campground. The card identifies us on the front, and on the back it lists the name and location of the campground where the motorhome is parked; emergency contact numbers; and medical information. Each of us carries a card in our pocket so that it’s accessible to medical personnel.
Wayne & Carrol Harris, F205434
As full-timers, we’d rather spend our time enjoying the scenery than cleaning “” especially window and door screens that must be removed. One day I was using a Grab-It Dry Cloth for dusting inside the motorhome when I noticed the screen door was covered with pollen, dust, and lint. So I wiped the cloth over the screen door. Presto! The screen was clean. I then cleaned the window screens, blinds, and mirrors with the cloth. Now I never have to remove the screens and struggle to put them back in place; there’s no messy cleanup, for I just toss the used cloth in the garbage.
Effie Hetling, F290704
Here’s a tip I use to keep my eyeglasses safe from splatters while at the same time freeing up counter space in the bathroom. I use a stick-on razor hanger purchased from the grocery store (cost less than $1) to hang them on. I attached it in an out-of-the-way corner near the sink. I’ve found that this is an ideal place to keep my glasses when I’m not using them, and they are always handy when I rise each day. I liked the idea so much that I added the same type of hanger at home.
Lillian Bradford, F61975
Charlotte, North Carolina