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Just as there are some tools that are absolutely necessary when RVing, there are also some “soft tools” that everyone should have on hand.
Soft tools are products like tapes, sealants, and lubricants. These things help keep slides running smoothly, prevent water from getting into the rig, and might even hold certain things together, at least for a time.
Because they do such important work, it’s super important to keep these products on hand. Unfortunately, many RVers don’t realize this until the need is quite urgent. Therefore, Dustin and Todd use this episode to help the newbie RVer stock up now in order to be well prepared later.
Their list of must-haves includes:
- Duct tape
- Gorilla Tape
- Electrical tape
- Teflon tape
- Awning tape
- Blue painter’s tape
- Self-fusing silicone tape
- Gorilla Glue
- Wood glue
- Dicor self-leveling lap sealant
- Dicor non-sag sealant
- Silicone sealant
- Outdoor caulk
- Zip ties (you can never have too many!)
- Dry lubricant
- Vegetable oil
- Red ‘N’ Tacky grease
- Lithium grease cartridges
Also mentioned in this episode:
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