Essential Gear and Accessories for RV Beginners



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Essential Gear and Accessories for RV Beginners covers all of the equipment and gadgets any new RV owner will need to get started RVing.

We only recommend the gear and accessories that we use ourselves so you can be sure you are buying the right stuff for your RV or Camper Trailer.

We hope that the info and knowledge you gain from this video will help you enjoy RV life as much as possible. So, before you begin your RV Travels make sure you have everything you need for your RV road trip!

Whether you are an RV Newbie or you just need to outfit a new RV our list of gadgets, gizmos, gear, equipment, and supplies will give you a good starting point for stocking your new RV with all of the essentials.

Even folks who plan to Rent an RV and are wondering – What do I need to bring when I rent an RV? – will need to bring along some of the items we cover in the video.

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✅Rhino Blaster w Gate Valve – https://goto.rvblogger.com/RhinoBlaster-GateValve

✅Heavy Duty orange Gloves – https://goto.rvblogger.com/Orange-Gloves

✅RhinoFlex Sewer Hose – https://goto.rvblogger.com/Sewer-Hose

✅Aqua Kem Toilet Chemical – https://goto.rvblogger.com/Toilet-Chemical

✅Aqua Soft RV TP – https://goto.rvblogger.com/RV-Toilet-Paper

✅Electric Extension Cord – https://goto.rvblogger.com/RV-Extension-Cord

✅Surge Protector – https://goto.rvblogger.com/Surge-Protector

✅90 Degree Hose Elbow – https://goto.rvblogger.com/90-Degree-Hose-Elbow

✅Water Filter – https://goto.rvblogger.com/Water-Filter

✅Fresh Water Hose – https://goto.rvblogger.com/Fresh-Water-Hose

✅Water Pressure Regulator – https://goto.rvblogger.com/Water-Pressure-Regulator

✅Wheel Chocks – https://goto.rvblogger.com/RV-Wheel-Chocks

✅Leveling Blocks – https://goto.rvblogger.com/Leveling-Blocks

✅Adjustable Step – https://goto.rvblogger.com/Adjustable-Step

✅Doormat – https://goto.rvblogger.com/GrassWorx-Doormat

✅Emergency Roadside Assitance Kit – https://goto.rvblogger.com/Emergency-Roadside-Kit

✅First Aid Kit – https://goto.rvblogger.com/First-Aid-Kit

✅DampRid – https://goto.rvblogger.com/DampRid

✅Picnic Table Cover – https://goto.rvblogger.com/Picnic-Table-Cover

✅Propane Coffee Pot – https://goto.rvblogger.com/Propane-Coffee-Pot

✅Zero Gravity Chairs – https://goto.rvblogger.com/Zero-Gravity-Chairs

✅Folding Round Camp Table – https://goto.rvblogger.com/Folding-Round-Camp-Table

✅Heavy Duty Fire Poker – https://goto.rvblogger.com/Fire-Poker

✅Mesh Windshield Cover – https://goto.rvblogger.com/Mesh-Windshield-Cover

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34 thoughts on “Essential Gear and Accessories for RV Beginners

  • April 16, 2020 at 11:31 am
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    Hi Everyone,

    We hope you enjoyed our video! Which RV accessory did you like the best? Do you have a favorite RV accessory or gear that you would like to share with us? Please leave a comment below!

    Also, please feel free to ask any questions or just tell us about yourselves.

    We want to get to know you and share our RV experiences.

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  • April 16, 2020 at 11:31 am
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    Really like that style of camping table & the campfire grabber!!
    My wife loves the rhino blaster & 90% water valve!

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  • April 16, 2020 at 11:31 am
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    Great information I believe that I have all of these items. Just became a new family member

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  • April 16, 2020 at 11:31 am
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    Love that coffee pot and chairs!

    Windshield cover – any concern on someone peeping into your rv by moving the cover?

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  • April 16, 2020 at 11:31 am
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    Super informative to us fledgling / dreaming-phase RVers, thank you!!!!! ☺

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  • April 16, 2020 at 11:31 am
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    Actually if you would of backed in your hooks ups would of been easier to hook up. Not sure I would enjoy opening my door to the sewer hose when camping.

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  • April 16, 2020 at 11:31 am
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    The hook ups aren't on the wrong side, most if not all people back in to the camp site.

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  • April 16, 2020 at 11:31 am
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    You Tube just pooped you into my recommends. Wife and I are doing our homework to buy our 1st RV and she wants a class C only so she can help with the driving (won't drive anything else). Good video here and added a couple of things to my ongoing after market list (love the fire poker and genius on the front cab window cover). We subbed and will be going thru your library. Thank you for for taking the time to make these videos and sharing your knowledge and experiences. We newbies appreciate it more than you know. Yours will really be helpful to us since we are always looking for all the class C videos we can find.

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  • April 16, 2020 at 11:31 am
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    I have all your tips but want to share our favourite the Silver Fire Survivor outdoor stove with its dragon pot (double walled) great for boondocking and gives us hot water for the day. It’s a twig stove and there are twigs everywhere LOL

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  • April 16, 2020 at 11:31 am
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    Finally got my significant other softened up on the idea of RV'ing. Will definitely show her some of your videos because they are thorough and well done and I think will give her a better picture of what to expect.

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  • April 16, 2020 at 11:31 am
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    This way beyond any RV beginner video I’ve ever seen. MAGNIFICENT!

    The demonstrations are spot on!

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  • April 16, 2020 at 11:31 am
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    Why didn't you just back in you wouldn't need all those extensions, also the way the water gets run is, faucet, pressure regulator, (you can use the short hose if needed) water filter, 25ft hose connects to 90 at camper city water connection

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  • April 16, 2020 at 11:31 am
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    Why didn't you just back the rv up vs. pulling in, and you wouldn't need to have all the extra hoses and effort?

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  • April 16, 2020 at 11:31 am
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    Great info. We’ve been camping for about 15 years now and I would say most those items we carry. We camp in a travel trailer in northern Ontario and I find another item that comes in handy is a good shovel. We use it to dig a trench to level the r v. I find it better then leveling blocks. Also comes in handy to put out the fire with dirt. Cheers

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  • April 16, 2020 at 11:31 am
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    In addition to a pressure regulator on water, a hose splitter is another nice thing to have so if you need another water hookup for some reason you don't have to disconnect your main.

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  • April 16, 2020 at 11:31 am
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    We have not used RV Toilet paper(2+ years). We read an article that if you put regular toilet paper in a small jar with water and close the lid and give it a shake. If it breaks down it is acceptable for RV. But maybe for some better peace of mind to pay more for the RV Toilet paper. However, we haven't had any hint of problem using Cottonelle.

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  • April 16, 2020 at 11:31 am
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    We have quite a few accessories we enjoy. Most recently I just added quick connect hose adaptors to my water inlet and my black tank flush as well as to all our hoses. This will prevent wear and tear on the inlet connections and also makes it quick and simple to connect and disconnect. $10 for 4 sets of quick connects on Amazon. Money well spent in my opinion.

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  • April 16, 2020 at 11:31 am
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    Great information. You are going to help a lot of beginners with this video. Can wait to see where you Adventure take us

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  • April 16, 2020 at 11:31 am
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    Why didn't you back in? Then your connection would be on the same side as the power and sewer.

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